Dino Langley says It's Ok

Friday, February 23, 2018

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OVER the years Manchester has produced several top-shelf entertainers. They include Garnet Silk, Winston McAnuff, General Degree, gospel singer Glacia Robinson, Ce'Cile, Tony Rebel, and rapper Heavy D.

Dino Langley is hoping to add his name to that list.

The singer recently released It's Ok on the True Suit rhythm. It is produced by Jay Blaze Muzik.

“When I got the rhythm, the song came to mind of how people always want to tell you what to do and how to do it to suit their own interest with no regard of what you want or what makes you happy,” said Langley.

Dino has been involved in music since 2007.

“I am bringing motivational music to the table for self and racial improvement as a black man in this cold world of music,” he told Jamaica Observer. “The journey is not unique. It has been long and hard, the usual story of trying to get that breakout hit, but I continue to persevere.”

Most of his work is with producer Jay Blaze, but he's looking at working with other producers.

“My producer is Jay Blaze, but I haven't gotten the chance to work with any other producers yet. No one wants to work with you unless you are already established or you are in their circle,” he said.

“I have a song called Power Movements coming out soon and lots of other works in the making. I just need the public to take the journey with me as we make this movement a major one,” he added.

— Kevin Jackson




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