Vista hopes Mountain Train rhythm will carry him to fame

September 18, 2014 5:18 PM

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Mad Face recording artiste Visita has latched on to the Morning Train dancehall rhythm and is creating a buzz with the yet-to-be-released Gal Get Up And Rock. He is banking on the track to propel him to dancehall fame and fortune.

"The song have the girls them rocking in the dancehall, and is already a selector's favourite. The tune is doing well in the street, this is it for me, my ticket to the top," the optimistic artiste told The Star.

He said the track was recorded at Street Side College Record in Mocho, Clarendon, and since distributing it to scores of local and international sound systems his career is up and running.

The track will undergo further mixing and mastering before its distribution to radio stations, additional selectors, and other local and overseas sound systems.

"The track need some additional mixing and mastering before I drop it on the radio stations, but Chico out of Philly (Philadelphia) is already rinsing it and it a go hard right now," he insisted.

Visita, a cousin of Mr Absolute, described himself as a lyrical maestro and a high-energy performer, with a number of recent summer gigs in Clarendon - where he is based - as well as in other parishes.

His previous releases include Down Inna The Farm, Come We Go Do It and X When Yuh Wrong.


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