Flydiewise Production ready to make mark

Friday, November 24, 2017

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Music producer/engineer Jarell Edwards and former Harbour View striker Garthfield Whyte have teamed up for the Pure Light reggae project.

The project features songs from Bushman ( Conquer Dem), Prophecy ( No Apologies), Nature Ellis ( Youths of Today) and Jameik King ( Struggles) is scheduled to be released before the end of November on the Flydiewise Production label.

Edwards is optimistic that the beat will garner some success.

“This is my first rhythm project, and I'm confident that it will do well on the international reggae music scene. Anyone who loves real reggae music will love it because the Pure Light rhythm is an authentic reggae rhythm and all the songs on it carry a very positive message,” he said.

“I believe in making good music; that's our main focus at Flydiewise Production. The label is young, but we want to make a lasting impact in the music business, so we always try our best to make music that the people will love,” he continued.

Edwards is the in-house producer for the St Thomas-based label. A former member of the Jamaica Defence Force, he is from a small district called Trinityville.

He began his production in 2003 with the release of a song titled Jailhouse which was recorded by Jah Currant.

His most successful production to date is Jameik King's breakout single titled One Step on the Victory Step rhythm which was released in 2016.




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