Dominica dancehall artiste ColtonT launches new single (see video)

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PRESS RELEASE  – Labeled one of the most popular young talents on the island of Dominica, ColtonT’s reputation grew as he became the first successful Reggae Dancehall artist in the country.

After releasing last year’s biggest hit coming out of The Nature Island “IceCream Man”, Dancehall artist ColtonT launches his long awaited new single “Special”.

“Special” is one of the more soothing and relaxing numbers from the artist. The song reveals the full range and silkiness of his signature voice. With its mellow RnB mix the tune fits in a new bracket of modern dancehall.

“Special” – produced by ICM Records & Iclips Records of Jamaica – is distributed by 21st-Hapilos Digital. The single is available on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify.



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  1. The song is not good it sounds artifical but at least he tried betterluck next time keep trying


  2. Sounds good ...


  3. That guy really cute.


  4. uhmm seriously? what did i just waste my time listening to? chpzz


  5. Pure garbage !!!!!! ABC MUSIC !!!!! There is no arrangement, no solo run thru, the lyrics is continuous...... his voice is questionable....

    This is maybe the acceptable standard for Dominica for high class music but in the true world of music this is just a next waste of my time...

    Please not this is just my opinion.


  6. Zionom needs to.come back home


  7. Not bad, but artiste today really need to kill this auto-tune nonense


  8. God Bless St Lucia

    And St Lucians will not support their dance hall artists like zionomi


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