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DUANE STEPHENSON AND TARRUS RILEY GO BACK TO THE GHETTO FOR VIDEO SHOOT!

 By Kevin Jackson—
 Reggae singers Duane Stephenson and Tarrus Riley—

SINGER Duane Stephenson, who is preparing for shows in Africa, recently completed the video for the song Ghetto Religion.

The single, from his Dangerously Roots album, is a cover of R Kelly and Wyclef Jean’s 2003 single.

“Tarrus is my musical brother. When I thought about recording the reggae version of the song, he was the one who instantly came to mind. It was just fitting for him to be on the single as well, given where we are from the ghetto. We were able to make the song relatable,” Stephenson explained.

Four weeks @ No.1

Four weeks @ No.1

The video is directed by Damion Gayle of Warrior Music, who was also behind Stephenson’s Rasta For I visual.

Stephenson is currently number three on Tempo’s Cross Caribbean Countdown with the song Rastafari Way, which was done with singer Mackeehan.

 

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