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Chase Cross scores radio hit with 'Dem a Pree' on the Center Forward riddim @realdjfrass @chase3cross Featured

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Gully Squad frontman Chase Cross has a new radio hit single called 'Dem a Pree' where he finds a catchy singalong chorus that has caught the attention of underground mixtape DJs and street selectors.
"The streets love the 'Dem a Pree' song pon the Center Forward riddim for DJ Frass. It just come out, and it ah gwaan so we in the streets ah promote it, it ah represent the GSP pon an uptempo riddim. Mi deejay: 'coulden we dem bwoy dem a pree, tell some bwoy fi stop watch the gully'," he said. Earlier this year, he got underground buzz with 'Nuh Beg Fren' on the Pop Style riddim for DJ Frass. The song got a lot of airplay because of Mad Cobra's runaway hit, Dis Dem Anyweh'. "Right now, people are loving my new sound and my unique flow, Nuh Beg Friend de pon the horizon, people love the style and flow, and dem familiar wid the song. Mi get forward fi Nuh Beg Friend when mi perform at the Famous nightclub alongside Mavado the other day. Plus, mi go Guyana and shell it, so da tune de a do alright and the video just start get some rotation," he said. Born Sameer Coombs, Chase Cross grew up in the tough community of Arnett Gardens. His affiliation with fellow singjay Mavado started in 2004 when his family moved to Cassava Piece. He has made appearances on shows overseas, sharing the stage with Mavado. He first entered the dancehall arena as a ‘rapjay’ in 2009 with his single 'Better Days' on the Clearance riddim.
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