Dancehall Duo DNS Drops New Single “Love Mama”
Dancehall duo Dohlance & Saylah otherwise known as DNS are gearing up to commence a three month promotional campaign for their latest single “Love Mama” produced by Young Veterans Productions earlier this year.
The single which pays tribute to the hard working and committed mothers of today finds DNS hitting sharp melodic notes on the bouncy island pop inspired beat which is expected to do well in neighboring Caribbean islands. According to the duo’s manager Nathaniel “Pahma G” Palmer who has been steering the career’s of both Dohlance and Saylah since 2004, “Love Mama” is a record that can possibly kick the door wide open for the duo who has been recording music together since 2002.
“Well last year was a good year for DNS, their single “Shake It Off” broke new ground and allowed them to be featured on a couple shows including the Mountain Dew Stunt Festival, Galiday Bounce and Pepsi Teen Splash, so what we are looking to do with this new single is grab a different market. We want to reach the world with “Love Mama” and we strongly believe the song has the potential to top charts”.
Despite the fact that the duo is based in Jamaica both members has been in and out of the island with Saylah recently returning from a promotional visit to New York while Dohlance is still in London networking on behalf of the pair and is expected back later this month.
While a video for “Love Mama” is also in the pipeline DNS is also bringing
some of their earlier work back to the forefront so as to add some diversity to their musical catalog. Singles such as the Jukeboxx produced “I Love My Island” which was in heavy rotation on radio during the festive Christmas season is also getting some new attention alongside “Universal Prayer” recorded by Dohlance and “Not One More Night” recorded by Saylah and produced by Dam’Rude Records.
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