KINGSTON, JAMAICA : SEPTEMBER 28, 2012 :: Wada Blood, son of Reggae virtuoso Junior Reid is now back in Jamaica after igniting audiences in New York and Miami over the Summer. During his international stint the ‘Hustle Till The Day That I Die’ singer along with sibling Andrew Blood delivered an energetic performance at the 4th annual South Florida Dancehall & Reggae Music Awards before taking home some silverware for the ‘Most Outstanding Duo Of The Year’.
The prestigious showcase held at the Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center in Florida featured some of Jamaica’s biggest stars.
Following closely on their successful MTV stint with the single ‘Irie’ the two are currently features in an eight-page spread of the September edition of Canada’s L3 Magazine where they elaborate on their music, life, family and careers.
Relating to his career, Wada explains that he is fully focused on upping the ante which includes a cadre of new singles and videos including the noteworthy track ‘Rastafari Way’ on the soon-to-be-released Soul Street Rhythm compilation.
“Just look out for more singles and videos from me, radio has been showing Rastafari Way a lot of love and I appreciate it greatly. Right now I am very busy doing work with several producers including my younger sibling Joseph Reid on the Money Green Production (MPG) label.” – Wada explained.
“Rastafari Way is the first single on that imprint” – he added.
Meanwhile, the video for his Don Corleon produced single ‘Nuh See Dem’ is comfortably position at the No.2 spot on the CVM Television Hitlist chart and continues to show upward mobility.