UIM gives a taste of 7ven

Saturday, June 28, 2014

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UIM Records has high expectations for their latest project, 7ven rhythm.

While the official rhythm is yet to be released, a promotional mix was released on Thursday.

The rhythm features Bugle's Educated Dunce, Chris Martin's All That and More, and Alaine's Doesn't Get Better. Dre Island, Tommy Lee Sparta and Dejour are also featured on the set.

"We're the recording studio that never sleeps as our team is always busy striving for excellence," said Tanya Thelwell, UIM's manager.

The team which Thelwell speaks of comprises brothers Andrew 'Anju Blaxxx' Myrie and Shawn 'Blak Diamon' Myrie, Dinearo, Kadeem and Wayne Lexx.

"In keeping with what UIM stands for, which is Unity In Motion; our core team members have proven that as a team and a family anything is possible, there is no I in team, and if it's not broken, we don't need to fix it, and so far, have proven that hard work as a team has its benefits," the manager told the Jamaica Observer.

Formed in 2004, UIM Records has since produced hits including Bugle's Nuh Compatible, Tommy Lee Sparta's Psycho, Popcaan's Naughty Girl, and Vybz Kartel's Ghetto Life.

"We have earned the reputation of working with artistes, upcoming and established," she said.

-- Simone Morgan




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