Dwayne Parkinson more popularly known as Damage, a highly acclaimed producer and CEO of Damage Musiq Recording Label, which is based in Montego Bay Jamaica, has proven without a doubt, that he is indeed a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.
Since exploding on to the music scene in 2013, the producer has consistently released projects with heavy hitters of dancehall such as: Tommy Lee, Demarco, Fanton Mojah, a collaboration with Gully Bop and Rhyme Minista, Shawn Storm, among others.
Demarco’s latest production by the super producer entitled: So We Stay on the Civil War Riddim has already amassed over 100,000 views on VEVO in just a couple of months.
Additionally, the versatile producer has officially released his latest production by dancehall’s first gothic superstar, Tommy Lee Sparta dubbed: Money Pon Mi Mind which has already been receiving rave reviews from key industry insiders. Also, Damage is currently gearing up for the release of Tommy Lee’s EP entitled: Diamond Blessing, which boasts 10 tracks, which will be a definite staple on any disc jock playlist.
“Tommy Lee’s song “Money Pon mi mind” is produced by Damage Musiq. The concept of the song is to serve as a motivation to people and deter their mind from crime and violence within their community. It is to enlighten Jamaicans about the economic effects crime has caused and motivating people to pursue positive ventures. The official video is set for release on VEVO December 2015. The song is distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital and is available for purchase on iTunes.” explained Damage.
As Damage continues to stamp an indelible mark on the dancehall arena, the producer would like to assure fans to look forward to for more hits in 2016 and beyond from Damage Musiq Recording Label.
Meanwhile, as Damage gets ready for 2016, the producer is slated to release projects with artistes such as Mavado, Masicka, Fanton Mojah and a single from Shawn Storm entitled: Jamaica Hard.
When asked to leave words of advice for upcoming producers, Damage responded, “Simply stay focused, you have to believe that hard work, patience and dedication will pay off. Produce music others can relate to, seek motivation from because it will uplift Jamaica.”
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