One of the newest rookies on the musical landscape is All Connect Records. The label made its musical connection ten months ago, when its studio facilities were opened in Longwood, Clarendon.
According to All Connect Records’ CEO Rhian Morris, the label is bringing positive vibes to the musical game.
In a release to the media, Morris who is also the main producer at the helm of the operation, spoke about the plans that the label has to make its presence felt in local and international music circles.
“We will be putting out three genres of music, namely reggae, dancehall and gospel music. We are thinking in the digital age and by doing so we want to open up the channels for young and up and coming artistes and facilitate opportunities where they can build a career for themselves”, Morris explained.
Morris’ interest in music developed from an early age where he grew up listening to various genres of music.
Since he launched All Connect Records in Clarendon, a subsidiary Magician Records was launched in Portmore, St. Catherine.
The production team includes engineers Benjahmyn and Vershion while DJ Natural fills the role of manager for the label.
The debut project out of the All Connect Records stable is the Poetry rhythm which is now available on ITunes and all digital outlets online.
The project features contributions from established as well non established acts.
Said Morris, ‘We are working with artistes such as Lutan Fyah, Natty King, Lukie D, Chezidek, Determine and many others. We have a lot of projects coming out so we are working with new artistes”.
The songs on the Poetry rhythm are Life by Natty King, All Gone by Lutan Fyah, Bloodshed by Determine, Talk by Chezidek, Only a Woman by Lukie D, Road Haffie Do by Shallack, From I was a Child by Shadow, Nothing at All by Climate, Touched by an Angel by Indeisha, Show Me Love by Benjahmyn, In the Ghetto by Fyah Konkarah, Poetry by Vershion and Live Alone by Gott Yuh.
Morris added that he and his team are in this for the long haul, hence the reason why they have invested a lot into their production facilities.