Producers find success with Logic Mix rhythm
Sheldon (left) and Leroy Edwards

Producer Sheldon Edwards is pleased with the response to his latest production, the Logic Mix rhythm.

The project features a host of reggae and dancehall artistes, including Little Hero, Munga Honorable, Fantan Mojah, Mr Easy, Pzed, Shav A, Ras Kronik, Sky Star, Tabeta Cshae, and Jah Soulja.

It was co-produced by Sheldon Edwards and his brother, Leroy Edwards, for their Pandemic Records imprint.

All the songs on the project were released as singles late last year.

“I’m very happy with the response that this project has received, all the songs on the rhythm are getting good support from DJs in Jamaica, ‘the States’, England and Europe,” he said.

Encouraged by the success of the rhythm, the Edwards brothers recently decided to repackage the entire project and release it as an album.

The album which features 14 songs was released on all digital platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify on June 24.

“After consulting with our team, we decided it would be wise to release the entire project as an album since several of the songs were streaming very well as singles. We figured that if put [we] it out as an album we would get a lot more streams and that way we would not only have a few hit singles but also a successful album project on our label,” said the producer.

The Edwards brothers are also promoting a single done by Quada titled Talk Bout It. The song, which is the first single from their upcoming Operation rhythm project, was released a week ago.

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