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February 21, 2014
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Money Chiss rhythm to be a hit

Neutron Obliv - Contributed

Upcoming producer and dancehall recording artiste, Neutron Obliv, said he expects plenty of success for his latest musical project titled Money Chiss rhythm, which is set to be officially released on the 25th of February by Johnny Wonder's Hapilos 21st Entertainment.

The ambitious Waterhouse resident is very optimistic that his latest studio effort, which features the likes of himself, Jah Vinci, Tactical, 3 Star Wild Life, D'Koncep and Hit Dan, will propel him further towards his dream of musical greatness.

The project, according to the 22-year-old, will serve as a "door opening" for many up-and-coming producers who struggle to get a listening ear given the bias shown towards named producers. He said, because of its quality, the public will find it hard to not like Money Chiss, which was produced by his label, Time Unit Music.

"Well, I would describe this project as a door opening, to let the industry know that there are some good young upcoming producers out there that have the talent and can do the work as well as the name producers," he said.

Most of the applauses being hurled in the way of Money Chiss' rhythm are from social media websites Facebook and Twitter. But the multi-faceted Neutron Obliv, whose real name is Keith Cunningham, said he has been getting quality support from local radio.

"The songs are already playing fairly well on several radio stations. I am very grateful for that and it is an encouragement and conviction that this project will bring me a lot of success," he said.

Tracks on the rhythm include Jah Vinci's Wah My Money, Tactical's Affi Rich and Hit Dan's If Money Was A Girl among others.

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