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Hopeton Lindo' Special Tribute to Jamaican Athletes

Hopeton Lindo' Special Tribute to Jamaican Athletes

Hopeton Lindo' Special Tribute to Jamaican Athletes

By Maral Amiri on Tuesday, September 2, 2008 - Comment

Listen to Jamaica Take Over The Territory, Hopeton Lindo’s remix of his 80’s hit Territory.

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After Mavado’s and Cocoa Tea’s tribute songs to the Jamaican olympic champions, Hopeton Lindo strikes hard with Jamaica Take Over The Territory (Beijing Olympics 08), a new tune dedicated to the Jamaican athletes.

"They made me feel so proud that I had to show my appreciation by doing a tribute to help celebrate this special moment in our history" Hopeton Lindo told United Reggae. The Jamaican singer aka The Pen has recorded a remix of his 80’s killer Territory in honour to the Beijing champions, Usain Bolt, Shelly-Ann Frazer, Veronica Campbell Brown and Melanie Walker. The original hit was recorded in the 80’s at King Tubby’s and still rules the dancehall today.

This new one should be released on his own label Irie Pen. Until then, we invite you to listen this new song that is already on heavy rotation in US radio shows. "TERRITORY, JAMAICA TAKE OVER THE TERRITORY!"

Note that Hopeton Lindo is still promoting his last album Turf, released in October 2007, including several hits as Turf and Cease Fire featuring Gregory Isaacs.

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