Armzhouse Records eyes another hit rhythm

August 18, 2017

Known for releasing hit after hit, Armzhouse Records has put out the Forever rhythm.

Founder of the label, Everton 'Rado' Minott said the rhythm is a huge success.

"Alkaline's Pretty Girl team broke the Internet, receiving over 10 million views, Mavado's Forever was featured by DJ Khaled, and soon after, Alkaline and Kranium made their way to No. 1 as the top-selling reggae tracks for that week. It is truly a blessing to see my hard work paying off. I am grateful," he said.

Armzhouse first came to prominence in 2009 (when it started operations) with the Double Action rhythm.

"The company was officially formed after I was given a rhythm by Ricky Bless to produce. At the time, I never had a label and I immediately came up with the name Armzhouse Records and got the necessary documentation together. Bounty Killer was the first artiste to record for the label and gave it that much needed push with his single, Badman in the Building," said Minott.

Releasing the Double Action rhythm, with the hit song, Gal ova Gun by Mavado further cemented the label within the industry. The RR and Gully Stream rhythms followed.

In 2013, Armzhouse Records released the First Capital rhythm, which featured international artistes such as I-Octane (Bus a Blank), Mavado (At the Top It's Just Us), and Agent Sasco (Kind to Dem).

"Since the inception of this company, Mavado has been a true supporter. He has been present for most of my projects, and he always delivers. I respect every artiste that has over the years contributed to the growth of my label and there is a lot to come," Minott said.

By 2014, Armzhouse Records was grounded within dancehall and released the Fire Supreme rhythm. The rhythm featured popular singles such as Mavado's Paypa, Alkaline's Little Harder, and ZJ Liquid's Whine pon Mi Song.

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