Colly C- “Rise Up”

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Rising superstar Colly C track tittle “Rise Up” produced by the hit making production team Daseca. It is not often you see this production team producing a Culture song, Daseca shows their Versatility on this track.

Colly C is the new face of Reggae/Dancehall music. He has worked alongside other up and coming artiste like Flavour Unit, Calico and Supahype in addition to working with some popular local artiste such as Tami Chin, Wayne Marshall, Bounty Killa. He has also penned the lyrics to some of the popular dancehall songs we hear on the radio today.

“Rise Up” is a positive and uplifting song,this sizzling song cry’s for the Jamaican people to rise above all the negativity,the violence and hardship and come together as one to build a stronger nation. Check it out

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8 Comments on "Colly C- “Rise Up”"

  1. stripkinkade

    I wonder if the world knows that Colly C was one of the first DASECA artists… Serani build dis riddim before him even think bout singing… So i wonder the same thing…why colly don’t buss? Dis a one of the biggest tune i ever hear in my life…
    “Cut out the fussin and the fighting dat a nuh di right ting,
    mi radda peace and love , yeah dat a my ting”

  2. This song was on one of my favorite mix cds, I never knew who the artist behind the music was. I think it was an old coppershot CD – this song been out for a while so Colly C should have gained some recognition with this one…what happened?

    thanks for sharing this one!

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