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PHANTOM BRINGS REGGAE TO A NEW LIGHT IN DETROIT WITH ?OVA THE YEARS?

PHANTOM BRINGS REGGAE TO A NEW LIGHT IN DETROIT WITH ?OVA THE YEARS?

PHANTOM BRINGS REGGAE TO A NEW LIGHT IN DETROIT WITH ?OVA THE YEARS?



By Reggae Gurlz Entertainment





Local music artist, Phantom, is bringing some rejuvenation to Detroit local dancehall scene with his new album Ova the Years. DJ Phantom has been in the business for a number of years and the title of his work signifies just that. He has collaborated with top reggae artists such as Lt. Stitchie, Professor Nuts, Sugar Minot, and Frankie Paul.



The entertainer expects to capture an audience of all ages. ?People can expect to hear uplifting positive vibration, inspiring music. Ladies, expect to be liberated and [there is some] hardcore music for the rude boys.? You?ll also find the ladies tune Pat your Kitty, instructing the women to be proud of their sexuality in the dancehall. True dancehall fans will hear some familiar dancehall riddims behind the lyrics like Chaka Chaka and R. Kelly?s Thoia Thong. There is even a little hip-hop. Old school dancehall crews will go back in time with his single Ole Time Dancing, which is a tribute to the dances of the late 80?s and early 90?s like the Bogle, Butterfly, Della move, and the Erkle. It also recognizes some of Detroit?s dancehalls local celebs.



Phantom wrote and produced the entire album himself. He will be promoting by networking, interviews, guest appearances, college tours, fundraising, and radio. He wants this album to show growth in his music and versatility as a writer, producer, and performer. His work will also get international attention as he is featured in European magazine, and Star Centric.



Ova the Years? official release date is May 30th and will be available at all media outlets, local record stores, and concert venues. When asked why people should run out a get his cd, Phantom replied,

?Because it?s hot! Its? rough! And it?s the essence of reggae music!?




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