Jus Eazy Productions Release Absinthe Riddim
Jamaican-based production house Jus Eazy Productions presents its latest riddim album, Absinthe, available digitally worldwide Today, December 11, 2012. Boasting 12 sizzling tracks including the riddim’s instrumental, Absinthe guarantees a solid soundtrack for any party, come this holiday season.
The lead single is from Jamaica’s songbird Denyque, a sexy, dancehall-tinged romantic offering titled “One More Night.” The second single, “Alcoholic,” is another certified party anthem from Future Fambo. Acclaimed dancehall artists Voicemail, Red Fox, QQ, Toi, Richie Loop and others take turns giving fans a shot of the Absinthe album (see track list below).
“The creative process was amazing,” reveals producer Marlon Easy. “I got a chance to work with some really talented writers. I didn’t get to work with all the artists I had in mind but the ones that I did work with, delivered. It took me almost a year to complete 11 songs but I’m satisfied with the finished product.”
Jus Eazy Productions has been producing and releasing music globally for the past seven years, fusing multiple genres including reggae, dancehall and pop. The company was formed by two brothers, Ian Easy and Marlon Easy, hence the label name Jus Eazy. They have produced tracks for some of the biggest names in reggae and dancehall music, including Busy Signal, Christopher Martin, Anthony B, Red Fox, Voicemail and most recently, Ky-mani Marley. They have also added another esteemed notch on their belt with production for commercials for one of the biggest brands in the world, Pepsi.
Jus Eazy Productions’ Absinthe album is available worldwide Today, December 11, 2012 on all major digital retailers and is distributed by FOX FUSE.
1. Anarahk – Inna Di Party
2. Future Fambo – Alcoholic
3. Richie Loop – Holiday
4. Denyque – One More Night
5. Alwayne – Heart On Fire (All U Need)
6. Toi – Freeze Time
7. Red Fox Ft DeShaun – Your Love
8. Micha Ciselle – How Do I Say Goodbye
9. Voicemail – U & I
10. QQ – Turn Me On
11. Ajrenalin – Shot Abroad
12. Marlon Easy – Absinthe Version
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