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August 22, 2014
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Ishawna's 'Everybody Aguh Know' becomes theme song for football champs

Ishawna's latest track 'Everybody Aguh Know' will be used as the theme song during Irie FM's live and delayed coverage of the upcoming Caribbean Women's Football Championship in Trinidad and Tobago.

The tournament, set to run from August 19-26, will feature the Jamaica Reggae Girls National Senior football team who are vying to be crowned the first-ever Caribbean women's senior football champions and also to qualify as one of four teams for the CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup tournament in United States later this year.

Irie FM is the official radio station for the Reggae Girls and will be in the twin islands to follow the team's progress on and off the field of play, with live and recorded daily reports.

Ishawna, who continues to rise to stardom, counteracted Kranium's Nobody Has to Know with the aforementioned song. The song, produced by Downsound Records, was released at the start of the summer and has since skyrocketed in several key dancehall circles. Ishawna, who has also recently starred with Need Love, Loyal and Murderer, believes that her song being chosen as a theme song for Irie FM is a sign of growth.

"Of course, this is a positive sign and an indication of growth. I have put in a lot of work over the past year and I am beginning to see the benefits," she said.

Everybody Aguh Know serves as a rude rendition to Kranium's monster hit. However, the dancehall environment seems to have a taken a strong liking on to it and the song has quickly become a fixed item on selectors' and disc jockeys' playlists.

"It means a lot to be getting the kind of attention I am getting now, because I know I worked very hard to be where I am now and I won't be stopping," Ishawna said.

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