Mr. Easy 'Strangest Thing' - Summer Hit


Mr.EasyDancehallArtiste.jpg(Kingston, Jamaica) Dancehall singer Mr. Easy is going full force behind his release STRANGEST THING. A video for STRANGEST THING was recently shot in Jamaica with budding video director Julia Braham. The video emphasizes the song's message and ends off with a small part of another popular tune "BINGO" from the Capital P Riddim. Video director Julia Braham's credits include Ce'Cile's "Woman Tings", Assassin's colorfully clever "Anywhere We Go" and the Fat Eyes video medley for the new Mad Indian Riddim.

"STRANGEST THING" is being anticipated by the massives as a big summer hit! Mr Easy spent some time in New York the last month doing heavy promotions on STRANGEST THING. Already one of the top selections in Brooklyn's newly launched crop of Pirate radio stations; selectors worldwide are excited about this laid back weed tune. The song is on the Butterfly Riddim, a production collaboration for Easy's own label imprint E-2 Muzik out of Jamaica by Mr. Easy and producer Eloy Daron. "Strangest Things"; with it's one drop beat, Michael Rose sample and subject matter is being distributed by 'In The Streetz' Distribution. They can be reached at: 876-960-8498, 85 Hagley Park Road, The Domes Unit 3, Kingston 10, Jamaica West Indies, or via email at:

STRANGEST THING is already receiving rave reviews from fans. The song was featured on a sampler for Riddim Magazine; the first issue of their new English version which showcased Vibez Kartel on the cover. Mr. Easy has also been featured in Fever Magazine a spin off of Fever iRadio. You can view this interview here.

Other new releases for Mr. Easy include SPENDING G's on the brand new WHIPE OUT Riddim by Danger Zone soundmen Penny Bling and Jigsy. There's also the hot new track bringing in new slang titled "TEK WEH YOURSELF" from Leftside & Esco's 'Dem Time Deh' Riddim. Leftside & Esco are truly becoming 'the' hit maker production team of this generation of Dancehall and together they have created a release reminiscent of Easy's work with producer Dave Kelly.