This marks Capsicum’s fifth consecutive win on Verdict, including Sal Anthony (“Exactly”), Sledge (“Find Out Who Your Friends Are”), Mayyah Stuart (“Life’s Too Short”), and Misteree (“Just As I Am”). All of these songs were released on Capsicum’s inaugural compilation CD, “Reggae-In-Fusion Album #1”, and can also be heard and purchased on the website.
Meltzer also expressed delight in the continuity of successes. “It is as much a tribute to DJ Dudley’s knowledge of what his listening audience will enjoy as it is the quality of our writing, production and artist performances. I am so grateful he thinks highly enough of our product to enter us into these highly entertaining and suspenseful shows,” said Meltzer.
For the past six years, Shalli has been a member of Jamaica’s world-renowned renowned GraceThrillers Gospel Choir. This group has performed with some of gospel music’s elite, including the Hawkins Family, the Commissions, the Richard Smallwood Singers, Candi Staton, Shirley Caesar, Jesse Dixon and the Williams Brothers. The Grace Thrillers are as vibrant and popular as ever, and have recently put out their latest album, “A New Dawn”, featuring their current membership – CEO and founder Noel Willis, Noel Willis Jr., Alrick O’ Connor, Mary Lewis, Natalie Foster, Cadian Brown, Althea Hemmings, Larry Snow (overseas member), and Shalli Burchell.
“While Shalli remains an active member of the Grace Thrillers choir,” explained Meltzer, “she’s also beginning a career as a solo recording artist. Her repertoire on Capsicum will also expand beyond the gospel genre familiar to world-wide fans of the group,” explained Meltzer.