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Raytid impresses Africa with 'Blah Daff" @one876 @teamdarkcide

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  Armed with one of the hottest songs going into summer dancehall artiste Raytid continues to break new ground on the international scene. Currently featured in the June edition of the U.S based Birdie Magazine, the deejay is set to make his official debut on African television with the video for his infectious female anthem ‘Blah Daff’.   The video will premiere on Cape Town Television’s ‘Ekse Show’, a kwaai and funky youth programme made for youths using content provided by youth! The show is made up of a variety of interviews, music videos, short films and aired during weekdays.   Cape Town TV - known as CTV - is a non-profit, community-based television station aimed at the greater Cape Town metropolitan area. Founded by over 200 non-profit organisations in 2006, CTV is committed to providing community access to the powerful medium of television as a tool to promote human rights, social justice and community cultural development. It also provides opportunities for NGOs, community organisations, educational institutions, sports groups and government to produce programming in partnership with video producers in order to inform, entertain and educate the people of Cape Town.    Reacting to the news Raytid explained, “This is great and definitely a step in the right direction for my career. Right now ‘Blah Daff’ is one of the hottest and most played songs in Jamaica and so this African television premiere just confirms that the music is getting out there and going places. Lastly I want to say a big thank you to Cape Town TV and all my fans across the globe, look out for great things from Raytid.”   Locally, the sing-jay has released a new single titled, ‘Raytid Say’ courtesy of Blaqk Sheep Music and is currently promotion the tracks, ‘You A Mi Baby’ on the Playback rhythm for Frankie Music and ‘Wuk Wuk’ produced by Jay Crazie Records on the Blahdaff Nation rhythm.  
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