Monday, 29 December 2014

BUGLE BIOGRAPHY

Bugle who's real name is Roy Thompson was born in the parish of Portland, Jamaica.

His love for dancehall and reggae music began from an early age, while he was going to primary school. He did not got his break until 2000 when he met with fellow dancehall artiste Oniel Bryan popular known as Elephant man.
This led to him started writing songs for Elephant man. In 2001 he was featured on his "Good To Go" Tour. Bugle was also featured on BET’s 106 and Park and Appearance 2002 MTV Awards in Japan.

After a short stint with Shawn Scott Music Group (SSMG), he left and team up with DASECA Production Group in 2007. This led to his first hit single "What We Gonna Do".

He followed it up with tracks such as Pearly Gates, Don't Blame Life, Summa Time, Anything Goes, Doh feat. Serani, Who Feel It Knows and Supremacy(The Journey).
Bugle believe that "yu can walk on his toe but not his pride".

For the latest news and updates dancehall artiste Bugle please visit www.myspace.com/ssmgbugle


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Bugle who's real name is Roy Thompson was born in the parish of Portland, Jamaica.

His love for dancehall and reggae music began from an early age, while he was going to primary school. He did not got his break until 2000 when he met with fellow dancehall artiste Oniel Bryan popular known as Elephant man.
This led to him started writing songs for Elephant man. In 2001 he was featured on his "Good To Go" Tour. Bugle was also featured on BET’s 106 and Park and Appearance 2002 MTV Awards in Japan.

After a short stint with Shawn Scott Music Group (SSMG), he left and team up with DASECA Production Group in 2007. This led to his first hit single "What We Gonna Do".

He followed it up with tracks such as Pearly Gates, Don't Blame Life, Summa Time, Anything Goes, Doh feat. Serani, Who Feel It Knows and Supremacy(The Journey).
on fixture on the airwaves since 2007. Born Roy Thompson, he was introduced to music from an early age by his now deceased brother. However it was i - See more at: http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/artist/Bugle#sthash.Hh3iNzdC.dpuf
Recording artiste and songwriter Bugle easily stands out in the very crowded dancehall fraternity. With timeless lyrics and songs that play on the emotions of listeners, Bugle’s catalogue isn’t one that can be easily dismissed. One of the frontrunners of the DASECA Production label, Bugle’s soulful voice has been on fixture on the airwaves since 2007. Born Roy Thompson, he was introduced to music from an early age by his now deceased brother. However it was in 2000 that would begin his professional journey when he met international dancehall artiste Elephant Man where he would later pen a number of hits for the self styled Energy God.
Said Bugle “I got my musical exposure touring with Elephant Man. At first I started traveling to the Caribbean and then the United States where I made an appearance on BET’s 106 and Park show, as well as the BET Awards among other places.” Being the man behind the music however wasn’t enough for the ambitious singer who in 2007 was introduced to singer/producer Serani from DASECA. “Serani told me that he wanted to do some work with me, but he didn’t want to give me the idea. So I went out and thought about it and came back with the idea for Exercise and the rest is history.” The socially conscious Exercise (What I’m Gonna Do) became a massive hit and topped the charts in Jamaica, New York, South Florida and many other Caribbean countries. The song not only showed off Bugle’s writing abilities but his melodious and deep voice. From there the hits flowed like a river.
Songs including Doh featuring Serani, Love Reigns featuring reggae singer Tarrus Riley, What Have I Done to You, Journey, Supremacy, Scotch Bonnet, Pearly Gates and Summer Break featuring Chevaughn and Razz and Biggy kept Bugle’s name on the musical radar for an extended period. Apart from the Daseca production team, Bugle has worked with a number of producers including TJ Records, Chimney, CR203, Notice, and Frass Records among others. Performance wise, Bugle has toured Japan, the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
He has performed at some of the biggest reggae music festivals including Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest and Sting. Some of his most recent recordings include There For You for DJ Frass, Streets for Notice Productions, Loving Memory for Troyton Music, and It Mek Yuh Get Richer on DASECA’s ‘Exodus’ rhythm. “I have lots of music working on right now, the greatest challenge for me is that because of the fact that I'm doing real deep music, sometimes I don't get justice but hard work over comes all difficulties so I’ll continue to do good music and work hard.”
Bugle is currently being managed by Daseca and Major Links Entertainment out of the United States. In the summer of 2012 Bugle released a mix tape entitled Psalms. The project featured 43 tracks and is a journey through the artiste’s decorated career. Commenting on the mix tape, Bugle said ‘I think Psalms is one of the most informative chapters of the Bible so based on the content of this mix tape, I chose the word Psalms as the title”.
The mix tape was produced by Sean ‘Razz’ Cousley from the turntable/selecting duo of Razz and Biggy. Among those who appear on Psalms are Dillinger, Etana, Vybrant, Jahmiel, Proppa Fade, Ding Dong, Blak Diamond and Oriel.
In the wake of the mix tape, Bugle has been quite busy working with some of the top producers of the day including TJ Records, Daseca Productions, CR203 Productions, Notice Production, Romeich Records, UIM Records and Frass Records. Among his recent singles are Jah Be with You, Life Span, Only Human Live My Dream, and Rave til a Morning.
- See more at: http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/artist/Bugle#sthash.Hh3iNzdC.dpuf
Recording artiste and songwriter Bugle easily stands out in the very crowded dancehall fraternity. With timeless lyrics and songs that play on the emotions of listeners, Bugle’s catalogue isn’t one that can be easily dismissed. One of the frontrunners of the DASECA Production label, Bugle’s soulful voice has been on fixture on the airwaves since 2007. Born Roy Thompson, he was introduced to music from an early age by his now deceased brother. However it was in 2000 that would begin his professional journey when he met international dancehall artiste Elephant Man where he would later pen a number of hits for the self styled Energy God.
Said Bugle “I got my musical exposure touring with Elephant Man. At first I started traveling to the Caribbean and then the United States where I made an appearance on BET’s 106 and Park show, as well as the BET Awards among other places.” Being the man behind the music however wasn’t enough for the ambitious singer who in 2007 was introduced to singer/producer Serani from DASECA. “Serani told me that he wanted to do some work with me, but he didn’t want to give me the idea. So I went out and thought about it and came back with the idea for Exercise and the rest is history.” The socially conscious Exercise (What I’m Gonna Do) became a massive hit and topped the charts in Jamaica, New York, South Florida and many other Caribbean countries. The song not only showed off Bugle’s writing abilities but his melodious and deep voice. From there the hits flowed like a river.
Songs including Doh featuring Serani, Love Reigns featuring reggae singer Tarrus Riley, What Have I Done to You, Journey, Supremacy, Scotch Bonnet, Pearly Gates and Summer Break featuring Chevaughn and Razz and Biggy kept Bugle’s name on the musical radar for an extended period. Apart from the Daseca production team, Bugle has worked with a number of producers including TJ Records, Chimney, CR203, Notice, and Frass Records among others. Performance wise, Bugle has toured Japan, the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
He has performed at some of the biggest reggae music festivals including Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest and Sting. Some of his most recent recordings include There For You for DJ Frass, Streets for Notice Productions, Loving Memory for Troyton Music, and It Mek Yuh Get Richer on DASECA’s ‘Exodus’ rhythm. “I have lots of music working on right now, the greatest challenge for me is that because of the fact that I'm doing real deep music, sometimes I don't get justice but hard work over comes all difficulties so I’ll continue to do good music and work hard.”
Bugle is currently being managed by Daseca and Major Links Entertainment out of the United States. In the summer of 2012 Bugle released a mix tape entitled Psalms. The project featured 43 tracks and is a journey through the artiste’s decorated career. Commenting on the mix tape, Bugle said ‘I think Psalms is one of the most informative chapters of the Bible so based on the content of this mix tape, I chose the word Psalms as the title”.
The mix tape was produced by Sean ‘Razz’ Cousley from the turntable/selecting duo of Razz and Biggy. Among those who appear on Psalms are Dillinger, Etana, Vybrant, Jahmiel, Proppa Fade, Ding Dong, Blak Diamond and Oriel.
In the wake of the mix tape, Bugle has been quite busy working with some of the top producers of the day including TJ Records, Daseca Productions, CR203 Productions, Notice Production, Romeich Records, UIM Records and Frass Records. Among his recent singles are Jah Be with You, Life Span, Only Human Live My Dream, and Rave til a Morning.
- See more at: http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/artist/Bugle#sthash.Hh3iNzdC.dpuf
Recording artiste and songwriter Bugle easily stands out in the very crowded dancehall fraternity. With timeless lyrics and songs that play on the emotions of listeners, Bugle’s catalogue isn’t one that can be easily dismissed. One of the frontrunners of the DASECA Production label, Bugle’s soulful voice has been on fixture on the airwaves since 2007. Born Roy Thompson, he was introduced to music from an early age by his now deceased brother. However it was in 2000 that would begin his professional journey when he met international dancehall artiste Elephant Man where he would later pen a number of hits for the self styled Energy God.
Said Bugle “I got my musical exposure touring with Elephant Man. At first I started traveling to the Caribbean and then the United States where I made an appearance on BET’s 106 and Park show, as well as the BET Awards among other places.” Being the man behind the music however wasn’t enough for the ambitious singer who in 2007 was introduced to singer/producer Serani from DASECA. “Serani told me that he wanted to do some work with me, but he didn’t want to give me the idea. So I went out and thought about it and came back with the idea for Exercise and the rest is history.” The socially conscious Exercise (What I’m Gonna Do) became a massive hit and topped the charts in Jamaica, New York, South Florida and many other Caribbean countries. The song not only showed off Bugle’s writing abilities but his melodious and deep voice. From there the hits flowed like a river.
Songs including Doh featuring Serani, Love Reigns featuring reggae singer Tarrus Riley, What Have I Done to You, Journey, Supremacy, Scotch Bonnet, Pearly Gates and Summer Break featuring Chevaughn and Razz and Biggy kept Bugle’s name on the musical radar for an extended period. Apart from the Daseca production team, Bugle has worked with a number of producers including TJ Records, Chimney, CR203, Notice, and Frass Records among others. Performance wise, Bugle has toured Japan, the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
He has performed at some of the biggest reggae music festivals including Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest and Sting. Some of his most recent recordings include There For You for DJ Frass, Streets for Notice Productions, Loving Memory for Troyton Music, and It Mek Yuh Get Richer on DASECA’s ‘Exodus’ rhythm. “I have lots of music working on right now, the greatest challenge for me is that because of the fact that I'm doing real deep music, sometimes I don't get justice but hard work over comes all difficulties so I’ll continue to do good music and work hard.”
Bugle is currently being managed by Daseca and Major Links Entertainment out of the United States. In the summer of 2012 Bugle released a mix tape entitled Psalms. The project featured 43 tracks and is a journey through the artiste’s decorated career. Commenting on the mix tape, Bugle said ‘I think Psalms is one of the most informative chapters of the Bible so based on the content of this mix tape, I chose the word Psalms as the title”.
The mix tape was produced by Sean ‘Razz’ Cousley from the turntable/selecting duo of Razz and Biggy. Among those who appear on Psalms are Dillinger, Etana, Vybrant, Jahmiel, Proppa Fade, Ding Dong, Blak Diamond and Oriel.
In the wake of the mix tape, Bugle has been quite busy working with some of the top producers of the day including TJ Records, Daseca Productions, CR203 Productions, Notice Production, Romeich Records, UIM Records and Frass Records. Among his recent singles are Jah Be with You, Life Span, Only Human Live My Dream, and Rave til a Morning.
- See more at: http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/artist/Bugle#sthash.Hh3iNzdC.dpuf
Recording artiste and songwriter Bugle easily stands out in the very crowded dancehall fraternity. With timeless lyrics and songs that play on the emotions of listeners, Bugle’s catalogue isn’t one that can be easily dismissed. One of the frontrunners of the DASECA Production label, Bugle’s soulful voice has been on fixture on the airwaves since 2007. Born Roy Thompson, he was introduced to music from an early age by his now deceased brother. However it was in 2000 that would begin his professional journey when he met international dancehall artiste Elephant Man where he would later pen a number of hits for the self styled Energy God.
Said Bugle “I got my musical exposure touring with Elephant Man. At first I started traveling to the Caribbean and then the United States where I made an appearance on BET’s 106 and Park show, as well as the BET Awards among other places.” Being the man behind the music however wasn’t enough for the ambitious singer who in 2007 was introduced to singer/producer Serani from DASECA. “Serani told me that he wanted to do some work with me, but he didn’t want to give me the idea. So I went out and thought about it and came back with the idea for Exercise and the rest is history.” The socially conscious Exercise (What I’m Gonna Do) became a massive hit and topped the charts in Jamaica, New York, South Florida and many other Caribbean countries. The song not only showed off Bugle’s writing abilities but his melodious and deep voice. From there the hits flowed like a river.
Songs including Doh featuring Serani, Love Reigns featuring reggae singer Tarrus Riley, What Have I Done to You, Journey, Supremacy, Scotch Bonnet, Pearly Gates and Summer Break featuring Chevaughn and Razz and Biggy kept Bugle’s name on the musical radar for an extended period. Apart from the Daseca production team, Bugle has worked with a number of producers including TJ Records, Chimney, CR203, Notice, and Frass Records among others. Performance wise, Bugle has toured Japan, the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
He has performed at some of the biggest reggae music festivals including Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest and Sting. Some of his most recent recordings include There For You for DJ Frass, Streets for Notice Productions, Loving Memory for Troyton Music, and It Mek Yuh Get Richer on DASECA’s ‘Exodus’ rhythm. “I have lots of music working on right now, the greatest challenge for me is that because of the fact that I'm doing real deep music, sometimes I don't get justice but hard work over comes all difficulties so I’ll continue to do good music and work hard.”
Bugle is currently being managed by Daseca and Major Links Entertainment out of the United States. In the summer of 2012 Bugle released a mix tape entitled Psalms. The project featured 43 tracks and is a journey through the artiste’s decorated career. Commenting on the mix tape, Bugle said ‘I think Psalms is one of the most informative chapters of the Bible so based on the content of this mix tape, I chose the word Psalms as the title”.
The mix tape was produced by Sean ‘Razz’ Cousley from the turntable/selecting duo of Razz and Biggy. Among those who appear on Psalms are Dillinger, Etana, Vybrant, Jahmiel, Proppa Fade, Ding Dong, Blak Diamond and Oriel.
In the wake of the mix tape, Bugle has been quite busy working with some of the top producers of the day including TJ Records, Daseca Productions, CR203 Productions, Notice Production, Romeich Records, UIM Records and Frass Records. Among his recent singles are Jah Be with You, Life Span, Only Human Live My Dream, and Rave til a Morning.
- See more at: http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/artist/Bugle#sthash.Hh3iNzdC.dpuf
Recording artiste and songwriter Bugle easily stands out in the very crowded dancehall fraternity. With timeless lyrics and songs that play on the emotions of listeners, Bugle’s catalogue isn’t one that can be easily dismissed. One of the frontrunners of the DASECA Production label, Bugle’s soulful voice has been on fixture on the airwaves since 2007. Born Roy Thompson, he was introduced to music from an early age by his now deceased brother. However it was in 2000 that would begin his professional journey when he met international dancehall artiste Elephant Man where he would later pen a number of hits for the self styled Energy God.
Said Bugle “I got my musical exposure touring with Elephant Man. At first I started traveling to the Caribbean and then the United States where I made an appearance on BET’s 106 and Park show, as well as the BET Awards among other places.” Being the man behind the music however wasn’t enough for the ambitious singer who in 2007 was introduced to singer/producer Serani from DASECA. “Serani told me that he wanted to do some work with me, but he didn’t want to give me the idea. So I went out and thought about it and came back with the idea for Exercise and the rest is history.” The socially conscious Exercise (What I’m Gonna Do) became a massive hit and topped the charts in Jamaica, New York, South Florida and many other Caribbean countries. The song not only showed off Bugle’s writing abilities but his melodious and deep voice. From there the hits flowed like a river.
Songs including Doh featuring Serani, Love Reigns featuring reggae singer Tarrus Riley, What Have I Done to You, Journey, Supremacy, Scotch Bonnet, Pearly Gates and Summer Break featuring Chevaughn and Razz and Biggy kept Bugle’s name on the musical radar for an extended period. Apart from the Daseca production team, Bugle has worked with a number of producers including TJ Records, Chimney, CR203, Notice, and Frass Records among others. Performance wise, Bugle has toured Japan, the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
He has performed at some of the biggest reggae music festivals including Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest and Sting. Some of his most recent recordings include There For You for DJ Frass, Streets for Notice Productions, Loving Memory for Troyton Music, and It Mek Yuh Get Richer on DASECA’s ‘Exodus’ rhythm. “I have lots of music working on right now, the greatest challenge for me is that because of the fact that I'm doing real deep music, sometimes I don't get justice but hard work over comes all difficulties so I’ll continue to do good music and work hard.”
Bugle is currently being managed by Daseca and Major Links Entertainment out of the United States. In the summer of 2012 Bugle released a mix tape entitled Psalms. The project featured 43 tracks and is a journey through the artiste’s decorated career. Commenting on the mix tape, Bugle said ‘I think Psalms is one of the most informative chapters of the Bible so based on the content of this mix tape, I chose the word Psalms as the title”.
The mix tape was produced by Sean ‘Razz’ Cousley from the turntable/selecting duo of Razz and Biggy. Among those who appear on Psalms are Dillinger, Etana, Vybrant, Jahmiel, Proppa Fade, Ding Dong, Blak Diamond and Oriel.
In the wake of the mix tape, Bugle has been quite busy working with some of the top producers of the day including TJ Records, Daseca Productions, CR203 Productions, Notice Production, Romeich Records, UIM Records and Frass Records. Among his recent singles are Jah Be with You, Life Span, Only Human Live My Dream, and Rave til a Morning.
- See more at: http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/artist/Bugle#sthash.Hh3iNzdC.dpuf
Recording artiste and songwriter Bugle easily stands out in the very crowded dancehall fraternity. With timeless lyrics and songs that play on the emotions of listeners, Bugle’s catalogue isn’t one that can be easily dismissed. One of the frontrunners of the DASECA Production label, Bugle’s soulful voice has been on fixture on the airwaves since 2007. Born Roy Thompson, he was introduced to music from an early age by his now deceased brother. However it was in 2000 that would begin his professional journey when he met international dancehall artiste Elephant Man where he would later pen a number of hits for the self styled Energy God.
Said Bugle “I got my musical exposure touring with Elephant Man. At first I started traveling to the Caribbean and then the United States where I made an appearance on BET’s 106 and Park show, as well as the BET Awards among other places.” Being the man behind the music however wasn’t enough for the ambitious singer who in 2007 was introduced to singer/producer Serani from DASECA. “Serani told me that he wanted to do some work with me, but he didn’t want to give me the idea. So I went out and thought about it and came back with the idea for Exercise and the rest is history.” The socially conscious Exercise (What I’m Gonna Do) became a massive hit and topped the charts in Jamaica, New York, South Florida and many other Caribbean countries. The song not only showed off Bugle’s writing abilities but his melodious and deep voice. From there the hits flowed like a river.
Songs including Doh featuring Serani, Love Reigns featuring reggae singer Tarrus Riley, What Have I Done to You, Journey, Supremacy, Scotch Bonnet, Pearly Gates and Summer Break featuring Chevaughn and Razz and Biggy kept Bugle’s name on the musical radar for an extended period. Apart from the Daseca production team, Bugle has worked with a number of producers including TJ Records, Chimney, CR203, Notice, and Frass Records among others. Performance wise, Bugle has toured Japan, the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
He has performed at some of the biggest reggae music festivals including Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest and Sting. Some of his most recent recordings include There For You for DJ Frass, Streets for Notice Productions, Loving Memory for Troyton Music, and It Mek Yuh Get Richer on DASECA’s ‘Exodus’ rhythm. “I have lots of music working on right now, the greatest challenge for me is that because of the fact that I'm doing real deep music, sometimes I don't get justice but hard work over comes all difficulties so I’ll continue to do good music and work hard.”
Bugle is currently being managed by Daseca and Major Links Entertainment out of the United States. In the summer of 2012 Bugle released a mix tape entitled Psalms. The project featured 43 tracks and is a journey through the artiste’s decorated career. Commenting on the mix tape, Bugle said ‘I think Psalms is one of the most informative chapters of the Bible so based on the content of this mix tape, I chose the word Psalms as the title”.
The mix tape was produced by Sean ‘Razz’ Cousley from the turntable/selecting duo of Razz and Biggy. Among those who appear on Psalms are Dillinger, Etana, Vybrant, Jahmiel, Proppa Fade, Ding Dong, Blak Diamond and Oriel.
In the wake of the mix tape, Bugle has been quite busy working with some of the top producers of the day including TJ Records, Daseca Productions, CR203 Productions, Notice Production, Romeich Records, UIM Records and Frass Records. Among his recent singles are Jah Be with You, Life Span, Only Human Live My Dream, and Rave til a Morning.
- See more at: http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/artist/Bugle#sthash.Hh3iNzdC.dpuf
Recording artiste and songwriter Bugle easily stands out in the very crowded dancehall fraternity. With timeless lyrics and songs that play on the emotions of listeners, Bugle’s catalogue isn’t one that can be easily dismissed. One of the frontrunners of the DASECA Production label, Bugle’s soulful voice has been on fixture on the airwaves since 2007. Born Roy Thompson, he was introduced to music from an early age by his now deceased brother. However it was in 2000 that would begin his professional journey when he met international dancehall artiste Elephant Man where he would later pen a number of hits for the self styled Energy God.
Said Bugle “I got my musical exposure touring with Elephant Man. At first I started traveling to the Caribbean and then the United States where I made an appearance on BET’s 106 and Park show, as well as the BET Awards among other places.” Being the man behind the music however wasn’t enough for the ambitious singer who in 2007 was introduced to singer/producer Serani from DASECA. “Serani told me that he wanted to do some work with me, but he didn’t want to give me the idea. So I went out and thought about it and came back with the idea for Exercise and the rest is history.” The socially conscious Exercise (What I’m Gonna Do) became a massive hit and topped the charts in Jamaica, New York, South Florida and many other Caribbean countries. The song not only showed off Bugle’s writing abilities but his melodious and deep voice. From there the hits flowed like a river.
Songs including Doh featuring Serani, Love Reigns featuring reggae singer Tarrus Riley, What Have I Done to You, Journey, Supremacy, Scotch Bonnet, Pearly Gates and Summer Break featuring Chevaughn and Razz and Biggy kept Bugle’s name on the musical radar for an extended period. Apart from the Daseca production team, Bugle has worked with a number of producers including TJ Records, Chimney, CR203, Notice, and Frass Records among others. Performance wise, Bugle has toured Japan, the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
He has performed at some of the biggest reggae music festivals including Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest and Sting. Some of his most recent recordings include There For You for DJ Frass, Streets for Notice Productions, Loving Memory for Troyton Music, and It Mek Yuh Get Richer on DASECA’s ‘Exodus’ rhythm. “I have lots of music working on right now, the greatest challenge for me is that because of the fact that I'm doing real deep music, sometimes I don't get justice but hard work over comes all difficulties so I’ll continue to do good music and work hard.”
Bugle is currently being managed by Daseca and Major Links Entertainment out of the United States. In the summer of 2012 Bugle released a mix tape entitled Psalms. The project featured 43 tracks and is a journey through the artiste’s decorated career. Commenting on the mix tape, Bugle said ‘I think Psalms is one of the most informative chapters of the Bible so based on the content of this mix tape, I chose the word Psalms as the title”.
The mix tape was produced by Sean ‘Razz’ Cousley from the turntable/selecting duo of Razz and Biggy. Among those who appear on Psalms are Dillinger, Etana, Vybrant, Jahmiel, Proppa Fade, Ding Dong, Blak Diamond and Oriel.
In the wake of the mix tape, Bugle has been quite busy working with some of the top producers of the day including TJ Records, Daseca Productions, CR203 Productions, Notice Production, Romeich Records, UIM Records and Frass Records. Among his recent singles are Jah Be with You, Life Span, Only Human Live My Dream, and Rave til a Morning.
- See more at: http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/artist/Bugle#sthash.Hh3iNzdC.dpuf

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