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Press Release: Watch out Capleton and Sizzla, a new duo is on the mic.

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Examiner.com's Toronto Headlines Examiner caught up with two reggae artists following the release of two tracks on the "Man Fi Know Riddim" they promise to remain humble and teach the youths of today.

"Firechess", whose real name is Wayne Lewis , told Examiner.com that he loves making music and that he always includes a messages "Especially to the youths, because they are the future."

His new track is entitled "No Disobedient Children."Produce by Vijalantee Entertainment "A lot of children just grow up rude, they don´t really listen to their parents. They get into a lot of trouble and violence," he said.

"A lot of them just lose their life," he added.

Firechess said its worth making music if even one person listens to the message and "Checks back to himself."

"Its worth it if you can get the youth check back to himself and listen to his mother and think, don`t caught up in the violence. Parents always talk to their children because they want them to come out to something good in life."

"Too much youths die to young."

Floyd Beckford , who performs as "Emanuel Eye", has been on the Vijalantee Entertainment record label since February 2010.

His tune is entitled "Jah Never Leave I Alone." told Examiner.com that most of his lyrics stem from "What comes to my head," but that there is always a message within the song he´s writing.

Asked what one thing he wants his listeners want to know about him, it would be that he is a "Humble person. I am easy going."

Emanuel Eye said some of his previous music was loved in Jamaica.

"They love it down there," he said.

___ said he doesn´t plan to record any more tracks until the New Year, but "Putting some stuff together."

Both songs can be purchased digitally on Itune or the Vijalantee Entertainment website 
[http://vijalanteemusic.com].

Media Inquires Contact: Vijalantee Entertainment, Simone Irving, 416-388-8626 Ess@Vijalanteemusic.com

www.Vijalanteemusic.com

 


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