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Singing Sweet hits #1 with 'Not a Bad Thing'

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Reggae artiste Singing Sweet has returned to the top of local charts with his single, 'Not a Bad Thing' featuring Chino. The song is the #1 song on the FIWI Choice top ten charts.

 

 

During the 1990s, teenage reggae singer Singing Sweet shot to the top of the local charts with his cover versions of When I See You Smile and Donna.

The latter a Richie Valens original, while When I See You Smile was an international smash hit for rock band Bad English. However, just as Singing Sweet was emerging as a staple on the scene, he migrated to the United States.

Now in his 30s, the singer is hoping re-establish his presence in the country of his birth. He said during his absence from the local scene, he did a few gigs.

 

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