– Energetic Clip Features Ghost, East Coast, Mr. Vegas, New Kidz, Assassin, Mitch, Mr. Lex –
(Kingston, JA/New York/NY – 21, November 2006) Gargamel Music, Inc. is pleased to announce that Buju Banton’s “Nothing” Refix/100 Watt Medley video has been added into rotation on BETJ and VH1 Soul. Produced by Banton and his Gargamel Production team, “Nothing” is the first single from his critically acclaimed new album, Too Bad. The refix [aka remix] features dynamic contributions from Ghost, East Coast, Mr. Vegas, New Kidz, Assassin, Mitch and Mr. Lex.
Shot entirely on location at Buju’s Gargamel Music compound in Kingston, Jamaica by director Troy Antonio (“Magic City”) and director of photography Salvador Bolivar, the “Nothing” Refix/ 100 Watt Medley video takes viewers behind the Gargamel gates where highly spirited and creative energies converge on the daily.
The video is set to air on several BETJ programs including Soul Sessions, Wick’d, and international music show Music Passport. VH1 Soul will play the clip on their Island Soul block. Additional US outlets that have just added the Buju Banton “Nothing” Refix/100 Watt Medley video include : Music Choice, Video Explosion (NY), Ebonny Eyes (NY), Video Music Box (NY), Rootz to Rhythm (Boston), VMS (Las Vegas), Irie Vision (San Francisco), Mystic Vibes (Chicago), Rase TV (Montreal), Video Mix (Florida).
Back in Jamaica, the “Nothing” Refix/100 Watt Medley video is in already in heavy rotation on local music channels Hype TV, Music Plus and RETV, and is presently sitting at #6 on Susie Q’s Video Alley Reggae Top 10 countdown, which airs on island, as well as in New York and Florida.
Fans can view the clip on demand by simply logging on to Buju Banton’s official My Space Page:
www.myspace.com/bujubanton (see link below).
Buju Banton “Nothing” Refix Video Link
Since the initial US release on September 12th, Buju Banton’s Too Bad has received rave reviews from a variety of media outlets, including Associated Press, Billboard, HardbeatNews.com, Jamrock magazine, The Source, NiceUp.com, Trace magazine, Village Voice, Riddim magazine, Washington Square News, Skywritings magazine and AllHipHop.Com.
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