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June 27, 2014
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Braeton producer optimistic about new rhythm

Barrington 'Barry Cash' Reynolds producer of the 'Martha Stick' rhythm. - Anthony Minott photos

Braeton producer, Barrington 'Barry Cash' Reynolds, is quite optimistic that his latest project 'Martha Stick' rhythm will create a buzz on the streets of Jamaica.

Reynolds, the CEO of Jafrican Music, said that he has been working on this particular project with a number of young artistes to put out a 'decent production' for the people.

Reynolds works from his Braeton Phase 3 home, where he expects lead artiste Wazzi and a supporting cast of dancehall artistes, such as Pesty, the son of veteran DJ, Rohan Irie, Red Starr and JR will bring success to this relatively new production house.

Wazzi's song on the rhythm shows him expressing himself to the woman of his dreams. "True love the girl seh, this is a song about a girl who wants true love, and I'm the one she needs it from," Wazzi said in a recent interview. He admitted that the music industry is quite competitive and artistes must come with their 'A game' all the time.

"I come to set the pace, it's quite competitive on the streets, and I'm working towards being on top. You have to bring it 100 per cent. Music is everything to me," he disclosed.

Also on the rhythm, Red Starr and JR, record about the type of girl they want, while Pesty hits out against men that boast about being a "gallis, but nah get nothing".

Wazzi, who is obviously a versatile artiste, is also on Reynold's three-track reggae CD compilation, which also features Reynolds himself, Junior X, Xyclone, and Meilo Smooth.

Reynolds is not new to music as he has worked with the likes of Fab 5 and Grammy award-winner Toots Hibbert."It's really exciting times for this production house, and we are waiting to see the feedback we get from the general public, as we are already getting a lot of support from the community," Reynolds said.

Wazzi, the lead artiste on the Martha Stick rhythm.

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