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Juggla drops controversial single Featured

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2010 Magnum Kings and Queens of the Dancehall - 2nd Place Winner Juggla, who recently inked a new promotional deal with Prism Marketing Consultants has been busy in the studio working on a number of singles for the upcoming holiday season.  

His inaugural tracks titled ‘WAH WUDDA HAPPEN’ produced by Conrad Clarke of Jan-Biggs Productions is a controversial composition with a comedic twist that pokes fun at a number of topical issues across the diaspora of Jamaican culture.

Here is an excerpt from the song.

“Wah Wudda happen... if Bruce Golden step dung and give L.A Lewis the country fi run...”
“Wah Wudda Happen... yuh bruk up with yuh son madda and a Shebadda become him step fadda....”

Juggla whose given name is Sheldon Henry began deejaying from his early days at Magrath High School before eventually going on to place in the 1999 grand finals of the Tastee Talent Competition has emerged as one of the new faces to watch for the future.
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