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Gage Drops Come Closer Single

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Dancehall star Gage is extremely excited about his hot new single called Come Closer. The up-tempo Dancehall track which was produced by Dutty Fridaze Production and Cornelius Daley is currently burning up the local airwaves.

“Come Closer, just drop a week ago, it a di hottest ting a road. It a get crazy airplay already, mi know it a go be a big hit,” said Gage.
Come Closer is also creating a huge buzz on the internet, since it was released a week ago the single has received thousands of hits on YouTube.
“Mi phone nuh stop ring since Come Closer release, mi Facebook and mi twitter page a blow up. Di hits dem crazy pon YouTube.”
According to Cornelius Daley, who is a member of Gage’s management team Come Closer is poised to become one of the biggest hits for 2015. “Although the year has just began I’m confident that this song is going to be one of the biggest songs for the year. People are calling from all over the Caribbean, the States and the UK about it,” said Daley. A few years ago Gage was virtually unknown in the Dancehall music arena.

Now his name is on the lips of Dancehall fans all over the world. The Clarendon born deejay, rose to prominence last year via a string of hardcore Dancehall hits, including the highly controversial Throat and Miss Kitty Kat. Despite recently participating in an undecided clash at Sting 2014 with Tommy Lee, Gage is anticipating even greater success this year.
“Last year was a great year for Gage, everywhere mi go mi get a lot of love from di fans. Performing at Sting with Tommy Lee, never hurt my career. This year a my year again, the fans can expect a lot more hits from me,” said Gage
As a result of his hectic schedule throughout 2014, Gage got ill in the final week of December and was forced to miss several shows including Boom GT Taylor’s Christmas Extravaganza, Jam Fest in Montego Bay and Bubbles in St. Ann.
“I have to apologize to GT and the promoters of Jam Fest & Bubbles and my fans for missing those shows,” said the artist.
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