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De’Vious Drops Wire Waist And Starts Radio Tour In Trinidad

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“Wire Waist” is the title of the latest song from dancehall artiste, De’Vious. This is a follow up to his recent banger, “Bad For Real”. “Bad For Real” is an ArmzHouse Records production for their successful First Capital Riddim, which features, Mavado’s, “At The Top (It’s Just Us) and I-Octane’s, “Buss-A-Blank”. De’Vious is now releasing, Wire Waist and heads to Trinidad on November 3rd to commence a radio tour to promote the record.

Canadian hit makers Smoke Shop Production and the soaring Jamaican label, G3 Muzik are the producers of “Wire Waist. It’s infectious lyrics and hard thumping beats are filled with intensity, which is expected to generate a vigorous buzz for Carnival season 2014. The track is saturated with the dancehall and soca vibe and is bound to be among the leaders in the Caribbean market.
The promising dancehall star will be bringing the “Wire Waist” energy to the Trini massive. He is now gearing up for his debut appearance at Pier 1 in Chaguaramas. On November 3rd he will be performing live at the DISthink Management concert titled, Senses. This will be the first, of a series of events within the Caribbean for De’Vious. The recording artiste is currently scouting dates to complete the booking of his radio promo tour.
The lyrically gifted Calabar past student is currently under the wings of a strong management team in Clean Money Entertainment. They have been aggressively pushing this talent into the spotlight. They have secured performances on mainstream dancehall shows such as Sting and Spring Break, in an effort to increase his presence on the music scene. A mix tape has also been released with fourteen tracks to propel De’Vious to a higher platform. The “Wire Dem” mix tape is available for download at no charge.

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