Shuga: “Dear Mr. Government”

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Reggae artist Shuga recently released the following visual for the song "Dear Mr. Government."

The song, which features veteran Reggae musician Glen Browne on acoustic guitar, speaks to the "problems of the poor."

Reggae website Reggaeville says this about Shuga:

"Mitsy Campbell also known as Brown Shuga was born in Bogue Montego Bay, Jamaica. She grew up in a Christian home, her mom was a devoted Seventh Day Adventist while her dad owned a Sound System. She grew up attending Church with her mother and sisters. There was never a time in her life that she can remember when she was not singing. She attended the Herbert Morrison Technical High School where she was a member of the school's Choir.

"At age 14 Mitsy was already performing at hotels in Montego Bay and was well known for her natural talent. A young girl with a very big voice. After high school Mitsy began performing gigs at several hot spots around Montego Bay then she settled at the Coral Cliff where she performed Caberet.

"While at Coral Cliff she was told that Tanya Stephens needed a back-up singer, she auditioned and was chosen on spot to go on tour with Tanya throughout Europe. She managed to keep her job as a cabaret singer at Coral cliff and taking time off to go on Tours with Tanya Stephens."

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