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Ras Slick humbled by Jah Cure collab

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Jamaica Star, June 8, 2015 by CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer Reggae singer Ras Slick has collaborated with Jah Cure for a single called Hold On Me. The single is being promoted as a summer song and was released last Tuesday on iTunes. Hold On Me is already receiving favourable radio play on commercial and online channels. The song marks the first collaboration between Jah Cure and Ras Slick and is also a remix of Ras Slick’s single Toll On Me, which appeared on his recently released HELP EP. Hold On Me sees the artistes chanting their verses over a roots reggae instrumental, and according to Ras Slick, after being a fan of Jah Cure for several years, the collaboration is a dream come true. “I was extremely humbled and honoured to do a song with international recording artiste Jah Cure … I rate his incredible style and massive music catalogue to[...]

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Fox News features Ras Slick’s EP

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Jamaica Star, April 17, 2015 by CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer Overseas-based Jamaican reggae singer Ras Slick was recently featured on the internationally renowned US media outlet Fox News. The artiste, who migrated to the US in 2011, says his career has taken a turn for the better since leaving the island. Ras Slick appeared on Fox News during the popular programme, Will You Eat There?, along with iconic Fox News anchor Will Thomas. The artiste, who recently released an EP called HELP, says his stint on the station has popularised his EP. Ras Slick is gradually making a name for himself in the US as a respected brand. He also told The Weekend STAR that he is humbled by the opportunities that have been flowing in his direction in the US. HELP has been receiving positive rotation on Washington DC-based radio stations. The project is also available for purchase on[...]

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Singer Ras Slick offering Help

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Jamaica Observer, March 6, 2015 Jamaican reggae singer Ras Slick recently released his EP Help, to coincide with February’s Black History month. The roots-reggae artiste, who copped the Best Male Vocalist Reggae Music Awards in Washington DC last year, is pleased with the growth of his career. “This EP and the title track, Help, is something special to help people… as music helps to relax the mind,” Ras Slick said. It is currently available on iTunes. Born in Westmoreland and graduate of Frome Technical High School, Ras Slick (given name Sylburn Rowe) migrated to the United States four years ago. He got his start in music at an early age through his involvement in the church and later on talent shows. He continued to develop his performing and vocal skills through his work as an entertainment manager at the RIU Resort. According to Ras Slick, 2015 is the year to[...]

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