Uzimon releases new music video

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Bermuda's spoof reggae artist Uzimon has released another music video. Shot in New York, the video is for his song ‘Little People'.

The artist, Bermudian actor Daniel Frith, started producing Uzimon songs with fellow Bermudian collaborator Jon Legere in 2008.

Both men live in New York but return home every few months to give Bermudian audiences a taste of their latest collaborations.

Mr Legere, who owns Volcanic Productions, which produces the popular Fright Night, said there are 24 Uzimon videos on their original Youtube channel.

Recently, they decided to create a Youtube channel dedicated to Uzimon and his “reggaelution”.

In total Uzimon's videos have been viewed 108,376 times.

It is the first single from his latest album, which has not yet been released.

Useful websites: www.youtube.com/volcanic22, www.youtube.com/thereggaelution.

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Published Feb 3, 2011 at 9:00 am (Updated Feb 3, 2011 at 9:29 am)

Uzimon releases new music video

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