Donsome Records to drop ‘Rasta Yaad’ rhythm
Producer Adrian 'Donsome' Hanson of Donsome Records has put together a rhythm project titled 'Rasta Yaad' which features mostly artistes who profess the faith.
"It's a blessing to have 90 per cent Rastafarian artistes on the project, but I still stick to my strategy where, on every project, I always give a young artiste the opportunity to be on the project with the established artistes. This time, we give Kaibanon the opportunity, which I'm very impressed with, and I think he has one of the best songs on the project," Hanson disclosed.
Fantan Mojah delivers the rhythm's title track and explained how he got involved with the project..
"I was introduced to the project by Turbulence. It's the unity and the love of the Rasta community and what we stand for that gave me the inspiration to write the song," said Fantan Mojah. This is Fantan Mojah's first time working with the veteran producer and he said that he loves the feedback.
Hanson said, "I have been working on this project for over 18 months and, based on the mystical vibe of the rhythm itself, I knew the direction. But, at the time, I didn't give it a name until Fantan Mojah recorded his song Rasta Yaad. That's when I named the project," he said.
Several other big names are featured on the rhythm. Anthony B delivers Most High, Lutan Fyah contributes with Still a Love Jah, Turbulence has Why Not Live, and Mykal Rose with Brutal.