Seanizzle drops soca rhythm
Soca meets dancehall once again with the February 2 release of the track 'Roll It'.
Produced by Seanizzle Records, the track features dancehall artiste I-Octane and soca artiste Bunji Garlin.
"In 2016, Octane did a collaboration with Bunji Garlin, and so I met him through that project. So when I gave Octane the rhythm for this new project, he said we should use Bunji to capture the Caribbean flavour, and the rest is history," said Seanizzle.
Seanizzle, whose given name is Sean Reid, is no stranger to hits, as the producer boasts a list of accomplishments over the course of his career.
He has gone from a teen selling dancehall mixtapes to his friends to becoming one of dancehall's most prominent producers.
Seanizzle Records was born in 2006. Since then, the producer has worked with acts such as Beenie Man, Khago, Fambo, and Elephant Man.
As he describes it, his music style is happy, vibrant, and unpredictable, and he also tries to maintain a unique sound.
He's the master behind hits such as Rasta Party with Bugle, Look At Me Now with Konshens, and the breakout eight-track One Day rhythm, which includes I'm OK with Beenie Man and Nah Sell Out with Khago.
At the moment, Seanizzle is working with more Caribbean acts to create more hits on the same rhythm as Roll It.
His new album, Music My Way Part 2, is set to be released in the summer.
Roll It is distributed by Zojak Worldwide and is available for purchase and streaming on all digital platforms online.