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Voicemail receives rotation add for "I Got Love" on major radio station BigFM in Germany.
The german radio station BigFM added the song to it's rotation after airing an Interview with the group. Kevin and Craig are happy about reaching their international target group. BigFM has 250.000 listeners per hour with the average age of 26.
Kevin & Craig, known as the group VOICEMAIL are currently finishing the last recordings for their new album entitled: Next Level. The entertainers arrived back in Jamaica last weekend after spending a week in NYC in order to work on their album project with the music label Captivate Music. Besides recording sessions and photo shoots, Kevin & Craig gave various Interviews in which they introduced the first single "I Got Love" of their upcoming album to the public.
Voicemail received great feedback from underground blogs as well as from mass media for their latest release. Popular blogs associated the song to the style of Sean Kingston and described it as "Summer Smash!". The german radio station BigFM added the song to it's rotation in January after airing an Interview with the group. Voicemail also did an exclusive dubplate recoding for the morning show of the station. Kevin and Craig are especially happy about reaching their international target group through the channel. BigFM has approximately 250.000 listeners per hour with the average age of 26 in the south of Germany.
Kevin said: "This is is a great opportunity for us to build an audience in a major music market such as Germany. We're significantly interested in a steady growth of our fan bases overseas, especially in Japan, where we have lots of fans as well as in Europe and of course the U.S."
Craig added:"I'm glad that customers in Germany like our sound and our image. As a real authentic caribbean act, we want to show the uniqueness of our home country Jamaica to people around the globe."