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Monday, 20 February 2017 13:39

Private Ryan “Unity is needed” in Soca

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DJ Private Ryan, born Ryan Alexander, talks to C News Dionne Baptiste about his career as a DJ. Alexander started his career in 2006 while he was a student at Florida International University and spoke to Baptiste about his journey. He also spoke about how the local industry is perceived internationally and emphasized on “Unity” as a key driver for “the continued growth of the local music industry.”

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