Chimney Records drops Fresh Paint

Thursday, April 18, 2019

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Last month, Chimney Records scored a rare feat on the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart with two compilations.

The Kingston rhythm album entered and peaked at number 14, while their St Andrew beat reached number 16. The Kingston features songs from Bounty Killer, Shenseea, Romain Virgo, Alaine and Busy Signal.

The St Andrew rhythm has songs by Morgan Heritage, Pressure Buss Pipe, Queen Ifrica and Tony Rebel.

“We decided to do a double release as somewhat of a challenge to ourselves, but it also allowed us to work with more artistes, give the fans more music and add to reggae music in general, even more than a single compilation would,” said Jordan McClure of Chimney Records.

He added, “The concept was inspired by the idea of Kingston and St Andrew being the Mecca of reggae and dancehall music. Kingston embodying an urban side with St Andrew encompassing large regions of natural beauty, both of which are important influences on reggae itself.”

The Fresh Paint rhythm is the latest project from Chimney Records. It was released last Friday and features Getaway by Govana, Same Stories by Jahmiel, Live Forever by Jahvillani, So Me Move by Kranium, Fresh Paint by Mavado, Temptation Overdue by Shenseea, and After 4 by Teejay.

The Chimney Records team comprises McClure and David Hayle. Their hit rhythm projects include the Sex Appeal, Retweet, Star Bwoy, Happy Hour, Summer Fling, Money Box, Tropical Escape, Chill Spot, Rising Sun, Movie Star and World Premier. The label has been around for 12 years.

— KJ


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