'Natures Way' blooms with new project

Natures Way Entertainment returns to the music scene with another 'riddim' project. Dubbed The Reggae Melodies Riddim, it is co-produced by Garfield Cowan and DJ Timmy HMV.

Released on September 23, 'Reggae Melodies' contains four songs — I Belong to You by Nyanda, Love You The Same from Ginjah, Stand Firm by I Noah, and the title track by Natures Way Entertainment.

Cowan, who heads the South Florida-based label, began production on Reggae Melodies seven years ago. Like his previous productions, it has a live feel.

"I love the live feel in my productions, because it gives the music more longevity and more feeling," he stated.

Cowan has had success with 'riddim' compilations. The best known is the Sweet Personality from 2013 which produced club anthems such as Let me Love You Tonight by Wayne Wonder and Wake Up by Jah Cure.

The label has also produced songs by Alva, King Mas and Jemere Morgan. In 2021, it released the album Ginjah The Reggae Soul Man by Ginjah.

— Howard Campbell

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