JAMAICAN music promoter, Stampede real name Boswell Garth Lammie has vowed to continue supporting and marketing Zim dancehall artistes.
Stampede has played a special role since the peak of Zim dancehall to promote the genre in Jamaica.
Stampede said he has helped several Zim dancehall artists to get air play on international radio stations and collaborations with Jamaican artists.
“I am promoting Zimbabwean artistes in Jamaica.
“Most of the Zim dancehall artistes know about Stampede, I promote most of the African artists and I will continue doing so and having a good relationship with Zimbabwean artists.
“Nutty O is now playing in Jamaica through my link, one of his songs was first played on Jamaica Roots FM,” said Stampede.
“Nutty O songs are played at parties in Jamaica and people love it.
“They say that this African artiste is great and talented.
“I also promote Guspy Warrior; I am the one who facilitated his nomination in the USA Linkage awards in 2017 that were later on cancelled.
“I want to see more Zim dancehall artiste collaborate with Jamaicans,” he added.
Stampede said he fell in love with Zim dancehall music and that compelled him to promote the genre internationally.
He narrated how Zim dancehall became one of the genres that he loves to support.
“DJ Smilie was my first friend and I then met Layaan on facebook.
“Then I started to listen to Zimbabwean artistes like Freeman and a lot more.
“Winky D was always going great on stage, and then I linked up with King Alfred from Jamrock Radio who let me know more about Zim dancehall,” he told H-Metro.
Stampede also said he has influenced the influx of Jamaican artistes in Zimbabwe through his influence.
“Many Jamaican artistes come to Zimbabwe because I am always telling them about Zimbabwe.
“You can check on my Facebook and You Tube account where I have done several videos with big Jamaican artistes where I let them big up Zimbabwe.
“And many Jamaican artistes visit Zimbabwe and they love it,” said Stampede.