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This song has been steadily creeping its way into the psyche of dancehall fans, many of whom know the lyrics word-for-word and are able to inject the right degree of passion and pleasure into each syllable, just like Kalado. Huge amounts of genuine love from radio have seen “Personally” enjoying high rotation by being included on the playlist of most of the popular disc jocks and club selectors. The video has also been racking up numerous hits and positive commentary on Youtube, and with so much attention from all angles, chart success was almost inevitable.
Holding firm in the number two spot on the popular ER Chart for three consecutive weeks, “Personally” is tipped to take pole position any week now and give Kalado that longed-for Number one song.
“Yeah…I’m holding my breath waiting for that moment when Personally tops the charts,” the entertainer admitted, rubbing his palms together and looking towards the heavens.
“I am enjoying the love from fans around the world and learning to separate the hype from the reality,” said the artiste who is confirmed for a tour of Europe this summer.
As far as summer anthems go, “Personally” looks to be in the running for 2014 and Kalado will certainly test the waters when he unleashes it at his Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night debut on July 17. Having recently performed in Toronto, Canada, to great reviews, Kalado will hit the Sumfest stage with favourites such as “Good Good”, “Body Nuh Dead”, “Make Me Feel”, “Sad Streets”, “Pree Money”, “Pay Dem No Mind” and “Take A Ride”.
Reggae Sumfest takes place July 13 – 19 in Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, and will feature some of the greatest local and overseas performers including I-Octane, Freddie McGregor, Sanchez, Wiz Khalifa, Zvuloon Dub System, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Tessanne Chin, Busy Signal, Assassin, Chronixx, Jah Cure, Spice and Alkaline.