Splintzz Boss wants to ‘un­lock the game’

The Star (Jamaica) - - Front Page -

Emerg­ing pro­ducer Greig Drum­mond, other­wise called Splintzz Boss, is con­fi­dent that his lat­est rhythm, Un­lock The Game, will earn him recog­ni­tion within the mu­sic in­dus­try.

This is the first of­fi­cial project on his Splintzz Boss Records im­print.

The rhythm boasts tracks such as Navino’s Fake Bad­ness, Deep Jahi’s Lock De Place, and a bonus track from Quada.

“I have been do­ing mu­sic for a while now. I en­tered the Ja­maica Cul­tural De­vel­op­ment Com­mis­sion fes­ti­val com­pe­ti­tion, dab­bled in event man­age­ment, and now I have re­leased my first project as a pro­ducer. I know this project will set a prece­dent for me be­cause my main aim is to bring forth unique beats for artistes to voice on,” he said.

Splintzz Boss is gear­ing up to put a strong pro­mo­tional mus­cle be­hind the com­pi­la­tion.

“This project is likely to open many doors for my la­bel and I am thank­ful for the team I have in my cor­ner. I am con­fi­dent all of the songs on this rhythm will make an im­pact once they are re­leased be­cause the feed­back has been pos­i­tive thus far,” he said.

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