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‘NOTHING DIRTY’


TRE GREAVES, [email protected]

‘NOTHING DIRTY’

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ONE OF THE PRODUCERS of the controversial song, Dirty Harry, is wondering what else has to be done to meet the standard of one local radio station.

Jamal Belgrave, also known as Pumpydoo, manages song performers Romario SK Cave and Natalie Natlee Harewood, and he is claiming that though radio stations such as HOTT 95.3 and SLAM 101.FM still air the racy tune, CBC’s 98.1 FM has banned it.

“We know Bajans like sport and what in the song is something that happens every day. If you listen to [Jamaican dancehall artiste] Kartel songs, a lot of them sing about slackness so I wonder what is the problem,” he said. (TG)

Please read the full story in today’s Weekend Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

 

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