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Motion finds a hit with 'Mad Many' Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Sunday, 28 October 2012 16:57 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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  Arguably the best song on the 'In Memories' riddim is a breakout song called ‘Mad Many’ by the red hot Down Sound Records artiste rookie Motion. He weaves a tale of misery of a siren, a femme fatale who uses “one touch and mad many/she have me stress out and ah sip pon the henny/she treat me bad like a penny/she say she love me and she gone wid Kenny/da gal ya use one style and mad all/yu grip mek me bawl.   Motion sings about a maelstrom of emotions, from the depth of despair, contemplating suicide at the breakup, to anger where he feels “fi chop yu wid the potcover’. It is brilliantly constructed and delivered by this young artiste who had begun to find his voice as a serious force in dancehall. 
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