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Sampaloo Nah Run, Nuh Hide for the New Years

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The new year is looking bright for the Montreal, Canada based Dancehall Artiste Sampaloo. A great response was received to his last single "How Dem Suh Badmind" featured on the Badmind riddim from Toronto's Rite Links Production . The Riddim has received a good amount of radio rotation Canada wide, and within the smaller stations in Jamaica.

Sampaloo is always representing the Canada Dancehall scene, so when Sampaloo was asked to voice for upcoming label "Kimichi Records" out of Jamaica on the well anticipated riddim "World Quake", Sampaloo took the oppurtunity to help not only put Montreal, but Canada on the map. The riddim features some of the best upcoming artists in Jamaica such as Cee Gee, Blak Diamon, Kari Jess, and recently signed to Chimney Records artiste Zagga. The riddim also features thus far some well known established artists such as Gappy Ranks, and Teflon.

Three weeks ago the first 6 artistes on the World Quake riddim was blasted around to DJ's worldwide. The response has been overwhelming for Kimichi Records. This is Kimichi's first compilation riddim and the full riddim is set to release in the near future by the well known distribution company 21st Happillos (aka Johnny Wonder). As for Sampaloo he is excited for the riddim to release and to be able to reach the Jamaica market, being Montreal's number one dancehall Artiste for over 10 years now, and Canada's most received Dancehall artiste for the same amount of time.
This year Sampaloo is looking to promote himself more in Jamaica, and worldwide.

He is voicing for several more different labels from Canada, U.S, and Jamaica including Shastri Music, Indie-Rootz Records, and new label Ikonic records who teamed up with YuhSeeYou Entertainment to release the "Wakefield Riddim". The Wakefield riddim will be featuring Sampaloo among other artists such as Spice, Voicemail, Richie Loops, Khariz Matic, JR Daine, Fambo and more.

Sampaloo would like to take this time to wish all his fan's, supporters, artistes, and fellow music industry profressionals a great prosperous New Year.
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