1Squad aims for stars

Saturday, March 23, 2019

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Dancehall group 1Squad feels their alliance with Danger Zone Music Group (DZMG) can only serve to propel them in the spotlight.

The outfit recently released Popin Ova Here in the DZMG/Starstruck Records. An accompanying video was released earlier this month.

“1Squad is booked by to DZMG. The feedback has been great so far. All the top selectors are a playing it,” said Esco, who is a partner of Starstruck Records.

In addition to Esco, 1Squad boasts V8nam, Popin, Talis and Sultan.

“These young artistes have their own styles, they have their own swagger, their own flow and unique style of dressing that resonates with a younger demographic of dancehall fans. We are going to put Starstruck Records on the map with our new mixtape,” said Esco.

Danger Zone Music Group (DZMG) principals are Delmar 'Della Danger' Drummond, Edward 'Nine' Warren and Feonia 'Fuel' Williams. The entity manages and books Esco as well as Mexican dancehall artiste Fabio.

DZMG has worked with several heavyweights in the music fraternity, including Beenie Man, Buju Banton, Capleton, as well as international producers/artistes such as Timbaland, Busta Rhymes and Sean 'P Diddy' Coombs.

“DZMG has, for several years, maintained a presence in the local and international music market, churning out high-quality music. Now, we're going to be stepping up things,” Williams added.

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