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Dudsymil drops scintillating new video for 'Come Here'

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Multi-talented Jamaican artist, Dudsymil is once again showcasing his determination for mainstream superstardom by releasing the official video for his pulsating single, Come Here, the follow-up to his hit song, Go Away.

The official video for Come Here, a Reggae-influenced rendition of Ed Sheeran’s Kiss Me, once again displays Dudsymil’s raw emotion and vocal prowess in plain view for music lovers to see. Recently shot within the Greater Toronto Area, Dudsymil speaks fondly of one’s affection for a woman who captures the heart while instantly creating a comfort zone for the woman to feel loved and secure.

Additionally, the aspiring international star shows his performance, offering a cool, soothing flow as well as a soulful, well-controlled energy in his delivery; creating an atmosphere filled with fitting visuals for the mood and concept of the track.

The video for Come Here was directed by Debbie Deer, the founder of her self-titled production company, Debbie Deer Productions and a former RETV VJ. The single is produced by Eddie Bullen and Quincy Bullen.

Dudsymil’s video for Go Away, a counteraction of Rihanna’s chart-topping single, Stay has garnered consistent attention Jamaican music outlets – including HYPE TV and RETV – as well as various social media networks as mainstream buzz continues to build.

This video for Come Here will only serve to increase such recognition and make Dudsymil a reliably powerful force to be reckoned with going forward.

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