Damage Musiq delivers new rhythm
Another high-quality production has made its way into the airwaves with the latest release from Damage Musiq, the High Supremacy Rhythm.
Ten months in the making, the project was officially released on March 20.
With eight tracks in all, the rhythm features artistes such as I-Octane, Shatta Wale, Tommy Lee Sparta and Shane O.
"The riddim commands dancehall's most talented artistes to lend their musical word play; it's subtle yet addictive with uplifting undertones that will prove to be a must play by all DJs in the industry," said producer Dwayne 'Damage' Parkinson. "It's about real life experiences. It is very imperative that we reflect on our lives, correct our mistakes, and take supremacy over our future, " he said.
The rhythm gained great traction following the release of a preview in January 2020.
"I received a lot of feedback and a strong demand for immediate release. Some of the comments have proven to me that my instrumental has the power to uplift people, so my expectation is that it uplifts the world and inspires people through their crises," he said.
The Montegonian producer formed Damage Musiq in 2015, and after establishing his studio in the second city, launched his first production which featured artistes Teejay, Demarco, and Masicka.
Since then, the label has built a catalogue of impressive rhythms such as Conquest Paradise, Blessings, Miami Heights and Rags To Riches.
The standout productions have brought together several accomplished acts including Jah Vinci, Vershon and Grammy Award-winning artiste Beenie Man, and have attracted listeners from across the globe.
"My style is unique. To me, style is like a personality. It's taking who you are as a person, your thoughts, feelings, desires, etc. and putting that to music," he said.