Sunday, July 1, 2012


After being a headline act at Montreal’s famous Jamaica Day for over 10 years and playing various other Montreal community events, Canada’s leading dancehall entertainer is honored to host this year’s Jamaica Day at Parc Jean Drapeaux on Saturday July 7th 2012, celebrating 50 years of Jamaica’s Independence as well as 50 years of Diplomatic Relations with Canada.

Sampaloo has been dominating the Montreal market for years being a role model for youth and an inspiration to acts coming out of Montreal in the Urban Entertainment Scene, teaching those around him to use their lyrics to empower and uplift the community that surrounds them and listeners worldwide.

After a long journey in the Canadian Music Scene, the Montreal Veteran artist reached his Jamaica breakthrough just this past January. After voicing his first single for Jamaican Label Kimichi Records, they were quick to offer him a position on their label endorsing his career and helping to bring it to a higher level. His most recent single “Roll Out” was recorded with Jamaican Label Kemistry Records and features some of Jamaica’s prominent Dancehall artists such as Iyara, Flexx, Singing Sweet and more. The single has received rotation on radios across Canada, Europe, UK, and Jamaica which enticed the artist to continue to the next step to follow a hot single, a music video.

Saturday July 28th, Sampaloo will be shooting his second official music video which will feature 2 of his top hits from the last year, Roll Out and How Dem Suh Badmind. The artist invites his Montreal Community and those abroad to come and celebrate and be part of the music video.

This will be a Free BBQ event from 10am-9pm at night, with music from some of his fellow Montreal DJ’s; Platinum Sound, Skyhawk Intl’ , James Bond, and Little Thunder Sound. He gives much thanks to those already involved in supporting video' Montreal Dancehall,Triple AAA, Bashment Ladies, Notnice Productions, Caribbean Hype Radio, FFiercePromotions, Consulting, and United States Famous HDP Charts/World.

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