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Dudsymil drops scintillating new video for ‘Come Here’

Dudsymil Come Here videoMulti-talented Jamaican artist, Dudsymil is once again showcasing his determination for mainstream superstardom by releasing the official video for his pulsating single, Come Here, the follow-up to his hit song,Go Away.

The official video for Come Here, a Reggae-influenced rendition of Ed Sheeran’s Kiss Me, once again displays Dudsymil’s raw emotion and vocal prowess in plain view for music lovers to see. Recently shot within the Greater Toronto Area, Dudsymil speaks fondly of one’s affection for a woman who captures the heart while instantly creating a comfort zone for the woman to feel loved and secure.

Additionally, the aspiring international star shows his performance, offering a cool, soothing flow as well as a soulful, well-controlled energy in his delivery; creating an atmosphere filled with fitting visuals for the mood and concept of the track.

The video for Come Here was directed by Debbie Deer, the founder of her self-titled production company,Debbie Deer Productions and a former RETV VJ. The single is produced by Eddie Bullen and Quincy Bullen.

Dudsymil’s video for Go Away, a counteraction of Rihanna’s chart-topping single, Stay has garnered consistent attention Jamaican music outlets – including HYPE TV and RETV – as well as various social media networks as mainstream buzz continues to build.

This video for Come Here will only serve to increase such recognition and make Dudsymil a reliably powerful force to be reckoned with going forward.


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Dudsymil unveils new, thought-provoking video for ‘Go Away’

Dudsymil Go AwayAspiring international star, Dudsymil looks to build off the continuing buzz from his craftily-done remake of Rihanna’s Stay as he has now released imaginatively compelling visuals for his hit single, Go Away, that are sure to garner the interests of music lovers worldwide.

The video for Go Away, shot by Cashflow Record’s Xtreme Arts imprint plays perfectly to Dudsymil’s message, which details how some women use men for any personal gain, choosing to pounce on a man’s financial investments instead of investing in her own self-worth. Shot in Kingston, Jamaica, this video shows Dudsymil in his finest element as he delivers a soulful performance and showcases his pose and singing range while relaying a theme many people can relate to.

Speaking with Dudsymil, he says the motivation and concept for this video came from instances involving friends and loved ones.

“Mi see situations like these happen often to people around me,” he said. “Yuh have some woman dat a jus’ some real user, not necessarily jus’ fi money, but fi some a di simplest things in life, like phone credit. This video and song a spread the message that we nah put up with the using and abusing; telling these girls to just GO AWAY, that we tired a dem ways. ”  

The video highlights a lady who uses her beauty and seemingly innocent persona to dupe the men she comes across in daily life, showing how, as Dudsymil says, some of “dem nowadays gal yah too cold.”

As the story unfolds, she continuously seduces her lover in exchange for material things until her vain ways finally catch up with her as he grows tired of her actions and throws her out of his house. The imagery showcased in Go Away will further connect with people who have dealt with such issues and draw Dudsymil closer to the international fan base he hopes to attract.

Go Away has proved to be one of Dudsymil’s most popular songs as it has garnered buzz across YouTube (over 2,500 views to date) and social media circles while earning him airplay through ZJ Bambino’s morning radio show on ZIP FM (Jamaica), Apollo Dan on In2Beats 106.5 FM in England and DJ Wiz via CHRY 105.5 FM in Toronto.

The video is sure to a convincing element to Dudsymil’s message in this counteraction to Rihanna’s chart topping hit as it showcases his strong singing exploits and ability to connect with people who have experienced what Go Away speaks about.

In the meantime, Dudsymil is also promoting his newly-released, pop-flavoured collaboration with Reggae star, Turbulence called Happy Tonight, which has already racked up over 2,500 views on YouTube since its release in mid-June.




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Dudsymil and Turbulence are making people feel ‘Happy Tonight’

Looking to capitalize on the momentum gained from his clever counteraction of Rihanna’s Stay, dubbed Go Away, Toronto-based deejay, Dudsymil has teamed with Notorious hit singer, Turbulence for the sure-to-be club banger, Happy Tonight.

Produced by Smokeshop Studios, Happy Tonight sees the merger of two entertainers with a long-established relationship and respect for one another within the music industry. Both have injected their multitalented personas into this song themed on celebration, which will surely have people dancing and enjoying the simple pleasures of life.

DudsymilKnown for a catalogue of Reggae hits about upliftment, righteousness and love, Turbulence confidently steps into a different zone  as celebrates life and gives thanks for the blessings he receives, singing joyfully about and glitz and glamour that accompanies the party scene.  Dudsymil, known for his share of party-friendly singles such as Stroke It establishes a strong connection with Turbulence in the song as he describes how one should fully enjoy themselves, no matter what the circumstances are in his or her life.

“When we up inna di place, we clean, from head to lace and we nuh inna no haste,” Dudsymil sings as he promotes positive vibes all-round with the “Lights dem bright, everybody feel nice, the vibes so right. If yuh get wet my girl, doe bodda cuss, jus’ party wid us.”

This track on the World Class Riddim is a truly professional effort by two savvy entertainers who seek to make an international splash with its pop-flavoured elements, booming instrumentals and infectious energy. Happy Tonight is certain to make any night out feel special, no matter where in the world you are.

In the meantime, Go Away continues to garner buzz worldwide for Dudsymil since its release in April. The song has scored over 2,000 views on YouTube, endorsements from fans universally and has been getting rotation on ZIP FM, thanks to ZJ Bambino, who has been playing it on his morning show. A video for Go Away is expected in the coming weeks as Dudsymil looks to cement himself as a powerful force in the music industry this summer.

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Emerging Jamaican artist does counteraction of Rihanna’s ‘Stay,’ telling gold diggers to just ‘Go Away’

After Barbadian pop princess, Rihanna begged for him to stick around in her chart-topping single, Stay, up-and-coming Jamaican artist, Dudsymil has decided to put his spin on Rihanna’s smash hit, by telling all covetous women to just Go Away.

Paying homage to the Grammy-winning singer’s popular ballad, which features Mikky Ekko, Dudsymil has recorded a counteraction of sorts in this unofficial remix of the single. Go Away is designed to highlight women who use men for their own personal and financial benefits, taking advantage of their kindness to fulfill selfish desires.

The Toronto-based musician sums up the feelings of men everywhere who have suffered such a fate in the song’s chorus. ‘Mi nuh really sure how mi feel about it, dem nowadays gal too cold, makes me feel like seh mi doe worth it if mi doe put credit pon her phone.

This track is a proverbial 180 turn on Rihanna’s thought-provoking Stay, which tells the story of a genuine couple who cannot resist each other’s touch and passion despite initial hints of insecurity. Go Away is a flip of the original song, where Dudsymil calls out women who prey on men’s insecurities and cunningly use them to their advantage.

It perfectly aligns Dudsymil’s unique, baritone voice with the soothing effect of the piano play in Rihanna’s song; allowing the full range of his singing exploits to take shape and for his sound to strongly compliment the melodic background instrumentals, which will resonate well with his female fans.

Dudsymil has succeeded in pulling off counteractions of famed songs before, paying his respects to Bruno Mar’s Lazy Song smash with an unofficial remix, aptly titled, The Busy Song in 2011. The song got him some buzz on YouTube and the Toronto radio scene, in large part to DJ Wiz via CHRY 105.5FM.

Go Away is strictly a fun, yet deep compliment to Rihanna’s soothing track and is an anthem for men who have been burned physically, verbally and financially by women immersed in vanity.


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