D Bling does his thing

Friday, November 17, 2017

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Budding deejay D Bling is upbeat about his latest track Dreams .

Produced by Michael Monteith, the single has been making its way on the playlist of several radio stations since its July release.

“I speak about my life story in this song. It surrounds my childhood days and my journey to college. It highlights, the struggles, downfalls, as well as the positive moments. I really expect it to reach far as the message is real and one that most Jamaicans can relate to,” he told Jamaica Observer.

A physical education teacher at Yallas Primary School in St Thomas, D Bling (given name Sayatta Domize) was born in Spanish Town, St Catherine.

“At the age of 12, I realised that I really like the entertainment field, but getting a solid education at GC Foster College was extremely important to me. However, I still managed to harness my craft by visiting recording studios and going to different stage shows in the parish,” he said.

D Bling said he returned to the recording studios earlier this year.

“I really didn't want to forget about my musical dreams, so I returned to the recording studios and began working with Mr Michael Monteith studio in St Thomas,” he said.

In addition to Dream, D Bling is also promoting Body Doctor and Crazy Love.

— Simone Morgan-Lindo




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