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January 13, 2014
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High hopes for Adrian Stanley's 'Eye for an Eye'

Adrian Stanley

With his first studio project set to be released soon, up-and-coming producer Adrian 'Juvenile' Stanley, is hoping to make an impression that will enable him to be recognised as one of the nation's best.

Stanley, 26, believes his Eye for an Eye rhythm project, which features Capleton's The Music, Teflon's No Bright Up, Jahmalo's Gyalis Code, Poor and Boasy's Real Friend, Kibaki's Weed Smoking and Trejic's Cash Collector, has all the right ingredients to attract success in an industry overcrowded with talents as his.

All the songs were produced by Stanley's Juvenile Records, with the recording sessions being conducted at Capleton's David House studio, where he continues to get his musical tutelage.

Eye for an Eye will be the first of two projects the young producer will release this month. The other one being a more dancehall-oriented beat which features Blak Ryno, Poor and Boasy and Tanto Blacks.

The former Jose Marti Technical High student thinks his glory days in music are right around the corner. "Music is my life; I love it from my heart. I believe the Eye for an Eye is one the public will definitely love. I hope that it will elevate my music career to greater heights," he said.

Stanley, who grew up in Duhaney Park but now resides in New Haven, both in St Andrew, said he feels fortunate to be around the highly successful reggae/dancehall icon Capleton on a daily basis, learning the art of the music and its business.

"Being around Capleton is a good experience because he has been teaching me a lot about the music business on a whole. Things like having faith and showing dedication towards the things I set for myself to achieve, and that nothing comes easy, especially in music," he said.

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