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Mitch and Dalla Coin join forces

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BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer writer

Friday, February 23, 2018

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FORMER ARP member Mitch has teamed up with deejay Dalla Coin for several musical collaborations. Their work has borne fruit with Body of a Goddess and Goose Bumps. Both songs are produced by Emperor Production.

Mitch — who has released solo material, including Big Woman (Weedy G Soundforce) and Give Me a Call (Don Corleon Records) — explained why he decided to work with Dalla Coin.

“Dalla Coin is a very good artiste and he is about taking the music to another level. Musically we connect easily. He's a deejay of great potential and I find that we make good songs,” Mitch told Jamaica Observer.

To date, the duo has recorded six songs.

Born Roger Mitchell, he hails from the Kingston 13 area.

In addition to Mitch, ARP comprised Orville “Da'Ville” Thomas, Patrick Hylton, Leon Gilbert, and Orand Rose-Green. The group performed in an R&B style over dancehall rhythms. The group dissolved in the early 2000s.

Dalla Coin has been doing music professionally for the last six years. His first song was Don a Road, a collaboration with Dwayno. He also released Take Over, which was produced by ZJ Rush.

The Old Harbour, St Catherine-based dancehall artiste was born Dalrick McBean.

“I bring to the table musically a fun-loving type of music, music that everyone can relate to; also, some conscious music to the people, to lift the minds of the people across the world in a positive way,” he said.

The duo has plans to make inroads locally and overseas, and are currently managed by Emperor Production.

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