Starzplus Music set to soar
Lusion (left) and Shane O

STARZPLUS Music label will be officially opening the doors of its new, state-of-the-art studios to the public today.

“Starzplus is unlike any other studio because we provide a ‘home away from [home]’ vibes…Our welcoming ambiance is relaxing and offers a place to meditate and focus on the music. We have the latest equipment such as Steven Slate Audio RAVEN MTI Core Station with two MTi2s, and the most up to date technology/recording equipment,” said Gregory “Fox” Lindo, chief executive officer of Starzplus Music label.

The studio is located in a secure location at Lot 800 Westgate Hills in Montego Bay, St James.

“Our clients can choose from two high-end studios to record in; we also can mix and master your songs for you. Both studios are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and professional engineers,” Lindo disclosed.

Lindo believes that depressed communities in Montego Bay can also benefit from the “transformational value of music”.

“Music can be one of the greatest factors in not only maintaining unity in our country but in transforming the behaviours of those we consider as troublemakers in the most volatile communities. The young men and women from the ghetto are our future stars in dancehall, and we at Starzplus want to be part of their narrative and help them get to the next level,” Lindo shared.

The label will be launching a rhythm project, The Assignment— in May following the studio opening — via popular social apps and all major download platforms.

“The rhythm will be launched in May because I wanna shoot a few music videos to release to promote the project,” Lindo said.

Chronic Law leads out The Assignment rhythm project with Live Large. Other acts on the project include Jahvillani (Mad Anju), Shane O (Stick to Me Dream), and Prohgres (Oath).

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