30 November 2012

Kenya: Wyre and Alaine to Shoot Music Video in Kenya

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Wyre the Love Child

Dancehall singer Wyre the Love Child will be shooting another music video in Kenya with another Jamaican beauty.

Wyre shot a music video with Cecile when she visited the country a year ago for their single titled She Say Dat.

This time round he will be teaming up with Alaine to shoot a music video for their new collaboration in Nairobi next month. This will be part of a Samsung sponsored promotion for the company's newest kid in the mobile block, Galaxy Music.

Alaine will be jetting in on December 6 ahead of the December 11 concert to unveil the Galaxy Music phone. Also on the same night, Wyre and the visiting star will perform their new joint.

Details of where the music video will be shoot are yet to be confirmed.

The smartphone offers superb sound quality and superb music player features. It runs on Android 4.0 (Ice-Cream Sandwich) and is backed by a powerful processor that guarantees smooth and fast performance. The device has dual frontal stereo speakers that deliver outstanding sound quality further bolstered by FM radio and advanced audio features.

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