Mawga Don building on his Respect

Saturday, February 09, 2019

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St Elizabeth-based reggae singjay Mawga Don said he is building on the momentum of his latest single Respect .

Respect has opened many doors for me, and I'm working very hard to take my career to the next level. I'm also getting a lot of support from many of the veterans in the music industry. Luciano recently invited me onstage to perform Respect, at Rebel Salute which gave me massive exposure, and I am very grateful to him for the opportunity,” said Mawga Don.

Held in January, Rebel Salute is one of Jamaica's major reggae festivals.

Released last year, Respect is on the J Keyz label.

Mawga Don said he is currently working on several projects, including an album with ace producer/musician Paul 'Computer Paul' Henton of Boot Camp Records.

“I don't want to be an artiste who shines just for a moment and disappear; I want to have a long and successful career. That's why I am working with a top producer like Computer Paul, who knows how to create hit music,” he said.

The album, slated to be released this summer, will feature collaborations with Luciano, Capleton and Warrior King.

“The album is coming together very nicely. So far we've recorded some excellent tracks. I'm confident that it's going to do very well,” he said.

The singjay said he is also getting ready to drop two new singles: Bad Prayer (Ruff Kut Music); and Soft Voice (Black Colaz Entertainment). Both are slated to be released next month and will be included on the album.

Mawga Don is scheduled to perform alongside Luciano at the Sea Star Inn, in West End, Negril, this evening.

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