British Linkz makes Impact

Saturday, August 19, 2017

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US-based British Linkz Entertainment is on a musical high with the release of their latest project, the Impact rhythm .

The compilation, released on June 16, is the British Linkz's debut project. It is available on all major digital streaming platforms.

The album features a combination of 'gully side' recording artistes 3 Star, Chase Cross and Flexx as well as dancehall newcomers Chilando, Fully Bad, Rickey Teetz, Rhythm Piink and Sulfa.

“This project is intended to do as it's name suggests. My team and I are working tirelessly toward making an impact within the dancehall industry and this rhythm is a gate-opener for us. The rhythm is being played in the UK while we are doing the ground work to dominate the local dancehall scene, as well,” said producer British Linkz, whose given name is Romario English.

“This modern dancehall recording album gives off a relatable and serious tone, soul-touching instruments, smooth vocals, innovative ad lib techniques, while all still sounding extremely pleasing to the ear. The fans are enjoying it thus far and we are grateful for their support,” he continued.

The producer had high praises for the team.

“The team of artistes I worked with on this project understands what it means to work hard and with the production team I have, we created a hit. There are many projects in the pipeline; however, we are focusing on taking over the summer with this one,” he shared.




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