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“Don’t Send Me Away is a reggae/r&b fusion remix of a 1980 song I wrote with the late Davy Morris and Jimmy Tindal originally released with Garfield Fleming on lead for Beckett Records that hit #2 BillboardR&B in the U.S. and #1 Billboard R&B in the U.K.” says Capsicum CEO and A&R Director Roger Meltzer. “I’ve wanted to do a reggae remake of it since starting the label in 2009. I co-produced this new version with Mellow who not only voiced the song for us, but he also sang all the background vocals and played all the instruments in his home studio. He’s like scary gifted.” Meltzer met Jamal “King Mellowman” Clarke completely by accident through hisRead More

Posted On July 12, 2016By altonIn music, Music-News Radio, News

Lyrikal Releases First Album

  Brooklyn NY (11 July, 2016)—Soca artiste Lyrikal will release his first album titled The Journey on July 22. The songs on the album and its title perfectly reflect Lyrikal’s maturation as an artiste. “I chose the name The Journey because the album shows my growth and my experiences over the past decade,” Lyrikal explains. The Journey, a 20-track album and All Access DVD, brilliantly captures Lyrikal’s musical journey to this point in his career. It tells the story of his hard work, his victories, and his struggles and isRead More
Trinidad and Tobago-based Soundboy Records drops two new hip-hop jams from CRUSH A.D with “Darin” and “Do What You Want,” both now available worldwide from all major digital retailers, from FOX FUSE. Released by Ray Roopnarine for Soundboy Records, the tracks were recorded at the CRUSH A.D Studio in Trincity, Trinidad and mixed and mastered at Soundboy Records Studio in Concordia, Tobago   CRUSH A.D is a hip-hop trio hailing from Trinidad and members Billy Cassanova, Bones One’r and Seconds have been crushing the urban music scene at home forRead More