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Singing Melody Heads to the UK

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The global impact of Singing Melody’s album ‘They Call Me Mr. Melody’ continues as fan demand in the UK sends the artist there for an intimate press and album launch followed by performances in Bristol, London and Birmingham. This includes the Valentines show at Brixton’s O2 Academy on February 12 with John Holt, the members of LUST and Freddie McGregor!

BJ Promotions in association with Veranda Restaurant and Bar and Bigga U, Di Hit Maker have scheduled the evening for fans to get up close and personal with the Reggae star, and have their recently purchased album autographed.

The album continues to do well on Amazon and well iTunes. The success of the album and its sales echoes what music critics, fans and radio DJ’s are saying!

In September, 2011, Singing Melody released the single “Collide” which was met with immediate demand for the song. “Collide” is now #1 in Jamaica and on BBC 3 Counties request lines, the song also made it to the Top of the charts in Aruba where it soured pass the likes of Christina Aguilera, Lady Gaga and Marc Anthony/Pitbull. “Collide” continues to climb the charts in New York, Atlanta, and Florida.


Singing Melody said, “as I get ready to release the second single “Time Wasted” I know that I could not have done this without my team, the great Reggae Ambassadors around the world who write about and play great music, the fans but most of all the blessings from God. I thank the fans who waited so patiently for me to return with a new album. It is because of them I worked so hard to deliver 100% quality with every song.”

Singing Melody released his 6th studio album They Call Me Mr. Melody on the Shem Music Productions and Fat Eyes Records label. VP Records, the albums distributor has been fulfilling orders from outlets in Japan, the US, the UK, Europe and the Caribbean.

Fans can access links to Singing Melody’s album on iTunes, Amazon or here: http://singingmelodymusic.com/international/theycallmemrmelody/.
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