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Beenie Man/David M Remix Collaboration of Dance/Rythmic and Dancehall

BGM Entertainment Recording artiste David M prepares for the release of his latest project, a musical remix of an infectious beat and a collaboration of artiste and musicians.   The track entitled, "Here Comes Your Life" is written by David M and produced by himself and Steve 'Lenky" Marsden which features the King of Dancehall Beenie Man.  The concept is dance/rythmic meets dancehall with "Lenky" and "David M" on synths,  Kirk Bennett and Sly Dunbar of the famous Taxi "Riddim" section known as "Sly and Robbie" on drums and percussions and Background vocals by Gold and Platinum selling artist Diana King of "Shy Guy" fame. (click to listen )

"Lenky" Marsden has over the years, written and  produced numerous hits locally and internationally, including 3 Billboard Top 20 hits with the number one Billboard hit "Get Busy" by Sean Paul.  His successes has lead him to become the proud recipient of the ASCAP 2003 Songwriter's Award as well as a Billboard Award Nomination that year.    The Kirk Bennett and Sly Dunbar combination blended with Diana King's superb vocals hints great prospects for this single.

Already, the song is playing on the famous Sinternet Network and attracting interest in U.S. and Europe based markets before its official release on June 8th, 2012.  A video, shot and directed by the sister/brother team Adrian and Amanda Lopez founders of Liquid Light Digital, will also be released June 8th, 2012.  Liquid Light Digital is a company that develops compelling visual contents for film and offers a wide range of digital affiliated services to include video and television, television commercials and programmes,  advanced computer animation among others and provided several CG shots in the "So Special" video of International Dancehall artiste Mavado which premiered on Black Entertainment Television, B.E.T. in the United states (click to read more about Liquid Light Digital   

This new video for David M's hot remix is expected to generate far more Youtube views than the original video which to date, has attracted over 80,000 views as it features the Dancehall Doc, Beenie Man and crosses over to the hardcore Dancehall masses.

Look out for this monster hit single and video!