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    Ras Ghandi is back! The Portmore-based deejay is ready to rock the Summer with a combination song, Party We Say with Kiprich that is creating a buzz in dancehall circles.    

“I have been writing songs, studying the music, getting my publishing together, and doing shows both locally and internationally,” the deejay who is known for the hits, Ital Stew and No More Bloodshed, said in a release.

“Kipo ah mi classmate, and two ah we ah multi-talented people, and great writers, so this sort of combination was long overdue, and given the response to it, we haffi go do a video because ah the song fi this Summer, the feedback mad,” he said.

The song has been released on the Armzhouse Records label.

In the past couple of years, Ras Ghandi has been penning lyrics for a number of artistes in the industry and lending his considerable skills to writing and producing various dancehall projects.  

He has written songs such as King ah Talk for Yellowman, and Don Fi We by Johnny P on the Locust riddim. He has also written ‘World Gone Crazy’ for Bounty Killer, Don’t Mek the Bobo Man Get Outta Temper for Anthony B, and dozens of other songs.

“I have written songs for Spice and Macka, Mr. Perfect and D’Angel, just to name a few,” he said.

Ras Ghandi feels although his fans have not been hearing a lot of songs, he is right where he needs to be in the Game.  

“Dem no gone far, mi still see dem brake light, right now, the business wide open,” he said.

He said the last couple of years have been difficult adjusting to life without his former close friend and confidante Nuffy with whom he had a much-publicised fall out in 2009.

“Mi hear say Nuffy ah try reach out to me but mi nuh ready fi talk to him yet. Mi still rate him but the pain go deep, him really disappoint me, and mi hurt about the whole thing so one day, we can friend back, but not now.” 

He is also working with Oshaun Connection, a new label which is going to amp up the production side of the music, and shoot new videos for his latest songs. 

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