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Skhi Delivers Another Track, this Time on the Jam Juice Riddim.



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A new riddim that pushes pure talent and performance skill has hit the airwaves ahead of Carnival 2023 and the artistes are all ready to make magic in the season of revelry. 

Lee Sing (left), with SKHI.

Kyle Lee Sing is the executive producer of the ‘Jam Juice’ riddim, which features seasoned entertainers like Shurwayne Winchester and Swappi, but also offers the fresh faces and sounds of SKHI, Rane and Azaryah. “The talent on this riddim is superior,” said Lee Sing, adding that these aren’t the usual artistes often touted in the industry. “I will always try to go against the norm, push the envelope and make breakthroughs for artistes who really deserve the chance,” he said candidly. 

SKHI, like Rane, have been putting in the work, promoting themselves, despite the disadvantage of being based overseas. A couple months ago, SKHI released a single called, “Party Mode” – a groovy song that’s as tantalizing as it is catchy. Prior to this season, SKHI had been off the radar for a bit, but now, with a tremendous desire to push his sound and vibe, he’s back and revved to go!

Jamdong Management’s Kyle Lee Sing meanwhile, says this is the first of many riddims to come. “While the aim is to promote the artistes under Jamdong Management, I’d also like to give more opportunity to other artistes who have serious talent,” he said. 

The riddim features Soca heavyweight, Shurwayne Winchester with a single called, “Tear Down,’ Azaryah with ‘Wine of the Century,’ SKHI with ‘Iz Vybez’, while Swappi delivers, ‘Pouring Out’ and Rane comes through with ‘Different.’ “These artistes are all really good. Rane is a tremendous stage performer who can stand up beside the big names like Nadia Batson, Destra and Patrice Roberts. SKHI has proven himself time and time again, having shared the stage on multiple occasions with seasoned artistes,” attested Lee Sing. He is eager to push the music everywhere, already having distributed the riddim to major streaming outlets. “We know what we have to do and we’re doing it. We’re just asking for the opportunity to be heard, played and enjoyed,” he said. 

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