MIA Production eyes hit with Bencil’s Focus
Photo combination showing Queenie and Bencil.

After spending the last few years establishing and building her public relations company in the music fraternity locally and internationally, Jamaica-born publicist and producer Nackesha ‘Queenie’ Doyley is now gaining some traction with her latest production, ‘Focus’.

The single, which was done on her MIA Production imprint by dancehall artiste Bencil, became available for sale on all major digital streaming sites on Friday, September 2 through Jwonder21.

“I am determined to turn our label into a major force on the global music scene, and I know that the only way to do that is to constantly release quality projects and keep up with the promotion. I have some great projects in the works that I plan to drop very soon," said Queenie.

‘Focus’, which was accompanied by an official visual, was mixed and mastered by the artiste himself under his recording label, Clickstarmusic. The video was shot and directed by Clickstarmusic Industry Film.

Though it is still early, the project appears to be off to a good start and the song is already getting a lot of love and airplay which the fans love.

“I believe that this project will be a successful one for this year with the help of my team and the producer Queenie. This track is definitely a hit, the chorus will have you hooked in no time,” said Bencil.

Queenie, who hails from May Pen, Clarendon, and developed a passion for music from a tender age, believes it is time for the music industry to let Bencil through the gate. She says Bencil is a very talented artiste who is not new to the business and ‘Focus’ definitely shows that he has improved over the years and ready to create waves again.

“Currently, I am doing the groundwork on Bencil’s track to help it cross over into the international market in the coming months. Bencil has always been one of those artistes who brings something different to the table each time he records a song, and this single has a lot of potential,” said Queenie.

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