Daminance Nah Give Up Nah Give Up Daminance

Friday, August 18, 2017

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Fast-rising dancehall singjay Daminance is eyeing a lasting music career with the release of his single Nah Give Up .

The track, produced by PV Records, was officially released in April 2017 and is part of his Vii Nights mixtape. It is available digitally through 21st Hapilos.

“The inspiration behind the single came from seeing how difficult it is to make two ends meet. A typical hustler in the street who sells bag juices will sell over 50 for the day and still doesn't make enough to feed his whole family. The song is designed to let anyone having a difficult time economically, psychologically, emotionally or work-wise know that there is no giving up,” said Daminance.

Plans for a video are on table.

“The video will be as riveting as the track. I plan on presenting a video that my fans can watch and be motivated by even if the audio is on silent. I am working over time to ensure that I give my fans the best quality product that there is,” he said.

Daminance (given name Anthony Williams) hails from Pink Lane in downtown Kingston. He attended Camperdown High.

“Growing up in the inner city has taught me that negativity doesn't go far and for that reason I decided to be a positive product of my community. This track is a powerful track and I believe that with the right marketing strategy it will cross over into the international reggae/dancehall market in coming months,” he said.

His other releases includes Falla Backa Mi, Homeless, and Tipsy.

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