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"Wasp" Shoots New Video & Collaborates With Wayne Marshall

Writer : Caribbean E-Magazine on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 | 10:56 AM


 Dancehall singjay Wasp last Sunday (Oct.21st) shot the official video for his red-hot single ‘Hot Like Fiyah’ produced by JA Productions.   Segments of the visuals were filmed on location at the Sterling Sound Studio on Red Hill Roads by the team from Scorpio 21.


The project featured guest appearances from fellow entertainer Terro 3000 and members of the Ballas Productions group. Slated for release in early November, Wasp is very upbeat about the project.

 

“It’s a good look! The people love the song and radio have been giving me a big strength, so I think the timing was definitely right to shoot a video. A Scorpio 21 direct it so you know it ago shot.

 

Wasp added that he video will be available in the next two weeks and urge fans to throw their support behind the project upon its release.

 


Meanwhile, the artiste whose given name is Marvin Clarke is expected to release a number of singles heading into the festive season including a collaboration titled ‘Mankind’ with Reggae star Wayne Marshall on the Blood Bath Rhythm produced by Baby G.  The compilation also features the combined efforts of embattled star Vybz Kartel and Gaza protégé Tommy Lee.


Another upcoming project includes the soon-to-be-released single dubbed ‘Yuh Nuh Know Weh Yah Miss’ for accomplished producer Christopher Birch. Both songs will be available via iTunes and other digital platforms.

 

LISTEN || WASP - HOT LIKE FIYAH [radio]

 
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Xilenne
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 7:35:00 PM EST

Wasp has been proactive in helping boost tourism to his native country. He is using star power to promote sites and that is admirable. I heard his song in one of the night club dance floor on river cruises europe.

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