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Tuesday, 21 February 2017 15:58

Crazy Wants More Airplay

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Veteran calypsonian Edwin 'Crazy' Ayoung is taking issue with the fact that his songs aren't getting the recognition they deserve on the radio stations.

Speaking on CTV's Good Morning T&T, Crazy, who has released over 15 songs for the season, said deejays just aren't playing his music and he hopes his newest release, 'Rock Back and Roll It,' will receive some airplay.

Cherrylene Lewis reports.

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