Deejay creates record label for daughter


January 27, 2016

Fast-rising dancehall artiste Ryzin is on a mission to create a musical legacy.

The hard-working deejay, whose real name is Damion Livingston, has created and launched a record label for his one-year-old daughter, Roxie Livingston, Roxie Records.

"This little girl means the world to me. She's my first and only child, and I want to create a musical legacy for her. Everything I am doing right now is for her. She's the executive producer for all my new songs. I'm now exclusively recording for Roxie Records," said Ryzin.

The label was launched last November with the release of Ryzin's single, Link Up, featuring Wissy Wassy on the 'Link Up' rhythm.

Ryzin recently released a new single on the label, Study Unuh Book.

"This tune is for all the youths. I want them to know that education is the key to a better future," he said.

Ryzin is also promoting a 10-track mixtape Tek Mi Picture a compilation of new and previously released songs including Smart Mi Smart, Link Up, Rise Mi Rise, Switch On Me, Ole Dutty Ryzin, Di Match and the title track Tek Mi Picture.

"The mixtape is getting a lot of love from my fans. They are downloading it online and sharing with their friends, so it's spreading like wildfire," said the artiste.

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