Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Increased Airplay & Visability Across the Caribbean for Razor B's "We Party" Single

Jamaican born, Canadian resident Razor B's "We Party" single continues it's impressive trend of garnering airplay among radio and television stations across the Caribbean. The sizzling, upbeat, groovy and definitive all Caribbean vibe infused track and video has been receiving airplay on the Bahamas, More 94 FM, 100 Jamz, Gavelle/GBN television and radio stations.  In Grenada, both song and video are in rotation on Vibes 101.3 FM, Kayak radio as well as Ziz television.  In St. Kitts, Von Radio/Sun City Roc FM, VC03 television, Reggae 141 and NBC RADIO, St. Vincent and Radio Turks and Caicos.

Across Jamaica, radio airplay is consistent while the video peaked at #2 on CVM TV Hit List, entered HYPE TV VTX Countdown at #9, Swag TV Top 10 at #8 and Pree Diss TV Top 10 at #9 and currently remains in rotation.


There has been some changes in the Razor B camp, he is no longer managed by OC Entertainment label but managed by Canada based New Nu Entertainment label and has once again hit the studios to work on some new tracks he hope to release soon.


As expressed in a recent interview on Ozcat radio 89.5 FM KZCT with the Golden Lady, "the work continues for Razor B," whose goal is to reach the pinnacle of success in music entertainment.  Other radio stations across the world have picked up his "We Party" single and pumping it for music lovers.  The stations namely, English Pound radio broadcasting across the internet but based in the United Kingdom, Blazing Vibes radio in Germany, Generations Radio in France and Galaxy radio in Malta have sent positive feedback to the artiste team who continues in their drive to assist the talented and persistent reggae/dancehall recording artiste to realize his dream.


Razor B's full length sophomore album entitled 'This is Razor B,' is currently available on iTunes along with his now most popular single, "We Party." @razorbhome on twitter to keep abreast with current updates.


By: Sophia McKay