Prince Ally launches new Christmas album

Overseas-based Guyanese Ahmad ‘Prince Ally’ Ally is currently on one of his frequent visits to Guyana. This time around, he is launching his brand new Christmas Dance Mix album that consists of 18 Christmas Classics; it will be released in the coming weeks.

What makes this album distinct is the new twist that was added to it. The Christmas Dance Mix is a fusion of genres – Reggae, Dancehall and Soca and has more of an upbeat tempo. The mixed album are covers by mostly Guyanese artistes including Mark Holder, Terry B, the late Pamela Maynard and of course Prince Ally himself. Also on the album are the voices of other recording artistes from Guyana and Jamaica, based in Toronto.

Prince Ally, a native of Berbice, left the shores of Guyana in 1985 for Toronto, Canada but has been returning two or three times every year. Then five years later, the singer released his first single. A year later he won the Canadian Reggae Music Award…..

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