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General Degree Drops New 90s Style Album

One of Dancehall's hit-maker General Degree released a brand-new collection of Dancehall tracks off his latest album entitled, 'From The 90s'. Known for his hit making trend throughout the 90s where he reigned, the veteran Dancehall artist remained a main-stay on airwaves leaving favourable impressions on Dancehall fans worldwide and keeping his brand relevant as well as kept him busy performing across Europe throughout the years. This trait as described in a release is a, 'rare accomplishment' by a Dancehall artist.

The 14 track 'From The 90s' album covers the spectrum of dancehall music, spewing throwback 90s sounds that have become more and more familiar to the fans of 2016 Super-Star Pop artistes and rappers like Rihanna and Drake. "I'm very excited to bring my new album From The 90s to the masses" Degree said in a release. "The album delivers classic dancehall vibes I'm known for, while keeping things fresh with new music from some of the top producers in the Caribbean today." These producers include, Steven "Lenky" Marsden, Craig 'Craigy T' Thompson (T.O.K.), Andre "Suku' Gray (Ward 21) and Hitmaker Muzik.

Popular tracks include an EDM-spiced remix of 'Bambalam' featuring Internationally
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acclaimed Dancehall Super Star Sean Paul and, the infectious Tarrus 'Singy Singy' Riley on the reggae-infused track 'Feeling Irie' while a throwback dancehall vibes take center stage on tracks, 'Yuh Betta Kool', 'Have Fun', 'We Doe Worry' and 'Gweh' the Jamaican patois language for 'go away'. 
General Degree is the Executive-Producer for his own imprint, Size 8 Records. 

Recently, Degree turned heads and had waistlines gyrating to his dancehall-EDM fused blockbuster jam 'Bambalam'.  In 2014, the electrifying tune was licensed by Zumba a trademark owned by Zumba Fitness, LLC and has since worked its way around dance studios worldwide and amassed a new fan base across social media in both fitness and dance choreography.