Da’Ville Scores Another Smash Hit with “Hey Now!”

Reggae balladeer and award winning crossover artist Da’Ville scores another SMASH hit record with the release of “Hey Now!”

Reggae balladeer and award winning crossover artist Da’Ville scores another SMASH hit record with the release of “Hey Now!”

With a musical similarity to the original song by Australia’s 80’s group Crowded House’s “Don’t Dream It’s Over,” DJ’s around the world have destined “Hey Now” to be a spring and summer hit for the award winning singer.

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Released on the singers Fashozy label, the production team says “the feedback from the DJ’s has been crazy. We knew certain DJ’s would embrace the chune, but Jah know it caught fire really fast!”

Radio stations such as Da Flava radio from Atlanta, Georgia had chat rooms buzzing with the introduction of the song. “The feedback was immediate” said Rico Vibes. “Both men and women LOVE the song so we’ve put it in rotation.” On the street level, mixed tape specialists this is definitely the track to add.

To date “Hey Now” has received over 12,000 in downloads worldwide within the first week of release, and added to rotation on hundreds of radio stations around the world. To solidify Da’Ville’s demand, the artist has been completing interviews with radio stations across North America, the U.K. and Europe. The U.K. was tuned into the Rudie Rich ‘Up 2 The Time’ radio interview, and later with 101.8 WCR FM’s Selekta Hype.

The song “Hey Now” will be on Da’Ville’s upcoming album (yet to be titled) on the Fashozy imprint.

Download “Hey Now” Here
http://www.mediafire.com/

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