Rasta Locks' releases Raw Scrip
Veteran music producer Rasta Locks' highly anticipated 12-track reggae-dancehall album Raw Scrip is now in stores.
The project, which has a distribution deal with international music distributor 21st Hapilos, is generating a buzz within the music fraternity.
The project, which was lingering in the production pipeline, is available on iTunes, Amazon and other digital download sites and features some of Clarendon's best known reggae/dancehall artistes including Destraya, Kashu, Xten and Dez I.
Also included on the project are deejays D'Alpha, Jah Vic, Jahn I, Jehvauri, Pipelyne, Sleepy Landell and Fire Righteous.
"It's a long time in coming. I bought the rhythm from New York-based engineer Mantis Tantan back in 2009, and since then I have been putting the project together, so it's now a reality," Rasta Locks explained. "It is a well produced project with some of best voices and talents behind the music in Clarendon and is available globally on most digital music's download sites."
The producer noted that Raw Scrip, which is on the NEW Production's Raw Scrip's rhythm was recorded and mixed at Danger-1 production, Up Deh Records and Biggs's production in May Pen, Clarendon.
"A medley video featuring six of the songs on the album have been completed and is ready for distribution," Rasta Locks said.