The video that was filmed under the direction of Cayman-based music video director Shaat Video was shot at various locations in George Town, Grand Cayman.
“We picked out some of the most scenic spots, in the capital to shoot the video. I’m happy with the results, the video looks very good; it has a lot of dancing which makes it vibrant and energetic,” said Glamaton.
The video for Jamaican Slang was officially released last week, since then it has been creating a lot of buzz online.
“The video is doing well, the YouTube views are growing steadily, and my fans are sharing it on their Facebook and Twitter pages. I really appreciate all the positive the feedback and support I’m getting,” said the artiste.
Glamaton is scheduled to perform alongside dancehall star Beenie Man on an event called Summer Jam 2016. This event will take place on the 24th of June at the Jacques Scott compound in George Town, Grand Cayman.
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