SINGJAY G Warren has been making the rounds with his latest song Rough Neck, done on Downsound Records' Quarter Mile rhythm.
It is the follow-up to his radio hit Bottle Party, which was released late last year.
"Rough Neck is a song for the ladies who can defend themselves," said G Warren.
A former drummer/keyboardist in the church, G Warren first came to public attention through the song Grip Me. His breakthrough came with Bottle Party which was produced by Downsound Records.
Born Warren Gordon in Spanish Town, he grew up in St Ann and attended Holmwood Technical High School and Brown's Town Community College where the music bug bit him.
As opening act for Khago, he has performed on shows in the Bahamas, Belize and the United States.
Another of G Warren's latest productions is a remix of Bottle Party with Belizean reggae artiste Andidre.
Ranco makes the link with UIM Records
Deejay Ranco's latest song Mama Son is a joint production between the UIM and Musical Masquerade labels.
He told this column that there is more to the song than the title suggests.
"Mama Son is inspired by everyday challenges within the music industry and trying to get the breakthrough," Ranco noted.
Apart from Mama Son, Ranco has been busy in the recording studio working on different projects. He recently collaborated with Chico on a song to be released shortly.
He says recording with emerging companies such as UIM and Musical Masquerade, shows his career is on the rise.
"This signifies that I am surrounded by competent and knowledgeable individuals within the industry and that my career is heading in the right direction," he said.
Mr Melody's Still in Love
Los Angeles-based reggae singer Mr Melody is in Jamaica promoting his latest song, Still in Love.
He recently completed the video shoot for the single which he hopes will make a big statement locally.
Mr Melody, who started out as a Rhythm and Blues/hip-hop artiste, stated that reggae is now his primary focus.
"I want to bring back the fun into the genre. Dancehall will undoubtedly go back to the days of dancing with your partner, having fun doing the cool and deadly and rub-a-dub dancehall style," he said.