Kingston, JA/New York – November 2011 : With a finger on the pulse of Reggae’s bustling industry, Tad’s Record introduces a brand new series dedicated to showcasing a variety of Jamaica’s outstanding young hitmakers. The Phantom Series – makes its debut next month with The Phantom Series Vol. I – Various Artists featuring music from Dancehall front-runners Khago, I-Octane, Jah Vinci, and Zamunda. The Phantom Series Vol. I hits digital outlets and retail stores on Friday, December 9th.
The Phantom Series Vol. I – Various Artists features 23 singles including “My Life,” “Burn Dem Bridge,” and “Dem Anuh Don” from I-Octane, who has swept local and international Reggae charts with a flurry of socially conscious Dancehall singles throughout the year. Khago, arguably poised to be one of the genre’s brightest stars in 2012, hits The Phantom with anthems like the local chart topper “Me Blood a Boil,” and his breakthrough hit single “Nah Sell Out.” Talented singer and crafty deejay Jah Vinci shows his dexterity on The Phantom Series Vol. I – Various Artists with the soulful single “In My Life” – which hit #1 on the local charts – and the lyrically sharp “Wah See Me Fall.” Roots Reggae chanter Zamunda also shows off the more soulful side of Reggae with tunes like “Jah Love Surround Me.”
“The Phantom is something brand new, strictly for island’s new generation of entertainers who are taking industry by storm right now,” says Tad’s Record owner Tad Dawkins. “The music industry in Jamaica is ripe with fresh new talent, so naturally, Tad’s Record has to keep music lovers worldwide up to speed with the latest. Volume I is just the beginning, music fans can look forward to a new Phantom edition roughly every four months.”
The Phantom Series Vol. I – Various Artists will be in stores and on all digital outlets on Friday, December 9th. For more information on The Phantom Series contact Tad’s Records (Miami) at 305-654-6130 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Tads’ Records (Kingston) at 876-929-2563 or email@example.com, or visit www.tadsrecord.com.