Jamaica's Dancehall Artiste Alozade Makes Comeback

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By: YardFlex Reporter Jigga

alozade_yardflex.jpgAce deejay Alozade is making a spectacular comeback in the performance side of the music business after taking some time off to concentrate on producing rhythms. His latest single, 'Bad Out De' on the Baddest Ting rhythm by Richard 'Shams' Browne is earning crazy forwards in the dancehall.

"That song is getting some really good responses in Canada, the United States and the Carribean. Recently, I performed at Asylum's anniversary party, and mi get whole heap a forward,ah the show, the people dem give me crazy love," Alozade told YardFlex.com.

Alozade produced the 'Chrome' rhythm which spawned the hit tunes, 'Inna Har Heart' and 'Keeping it Jiggy'. He also produced Jah Cure's 'High High' on the Binghi Trod rhythm earlier this year.