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December 13, 2013
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ZJ Rush, Master Lee team up for Mad Head rhythm-driven album

ZJ Rush

At a time when the level of workmanship and production of music is rapidly declining, ZJ Rush and Master Lee, two of Jamaica's finest engineers, have combined to mix four of the latest songs to be released on the Mad Head rhythm-driven album.

Dancing by Tony Curtis, featuring Fancy Face, was recorded at Sun City Studios. Man On The Run, done by Rich Kid, was recorded at Reflex Studios. Party Nice by Don Naro was recorded at MSM Studios, and Steppa, recorded by Quick Cook and Krymist, was recorded at Redboom/Frenz For real studios.

These are just a few of the local and international artistes and studios that have lent their hands in this production.

The dual ingenuity of ZJ Rush and Master Lee shows what true professionals can do when they concentrate on quality.

superb clarity

The high-level production coming out of Cash Global Records, the state-of-the-art sounds and superb clarity of vocal separated from multi-instrumental, redefines the standards of craftsmanship in all aspects of this and all their productions.

In an interview with Richard Williams, executive producer of the label, he states: "We all know that it's not just the song; music takes a lot of money, patience, and time. When I sit with 80 per cent of my peers, it's so hard to ignore their shortsightedness. It's all about the hype of the moment, to do a tune and just throw it out there, that's not Cash Global's thing. When we put out a tune or an album, the production has to meet international standards and, for the artistes, we put in place tours around the globe so we may all profit financially and in terms of exposure."

He continued: "As I meds it, our predecessors took the time and effort to make the music at a level that is diminishing rapidly. Nowadays, such high percentages of producer and artiste alike are just throwing songs together. Essentially, we killing our music with mediocre quality. At our label, we have to work with people such as Rush/Master Lee and those who uphold a global and timeless standard of music in all aspects".

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