Producers aim for gold with I-Octane

Saturday, June 15, 2019

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Trelawny-based producer Dinesty King recently teamed up with ZJ Dymond to produce I-Octane's single titled Mine Yuh .

The single, released by Falmouth Dinesty Records and Full Chaarge Productions on May 31, is enjoying heavy rotation.

Both producers are confident that Mine Yuh will be a summer hit.

“This is going to be one of the hot songs for the summer. I-Octane is a hitmaker, and this song has all the right ingredients to be a hit, the lyrics bad and the rhythm is hot,” said Dinesty King.

Mine Yuh is definitely a party sheller. the feedback I'm getting about [it] is great. We're putting a lot of promotion behind it because we want it to be a huge summer hit both locally and overseas,” said ZJ Dymond.

Mine Yuh is available on all popular online music platforms including iTunes and Spotify.

Dinesty King is currently working on several new projects including an EP for Destiny Sparta and two new singles and videos for Jah Torious.

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