Artist / Producer Rohan Rankine aka Patexx has made his Journey Music production debut.
March 24, 2018 /JamaicaPressReleases/ --
Artist / Producer Rohan Rankine aka Patexx made his Journey Music production debut with the successful release of the Rum and Boom Riddim. The riddim featured popular major hits like “Bawl Out” by Dovey Magnum, “Yard Man” by Screechie Dan and Red Fox, “Poor Life” by Feedo, “Like Wow” by Badda General, “Stay” by Ajrenaline, along with his own “My Friend Dem.” Bawl out became an instant ladies anthem, playing in every corner of the globe.
People have said everywhere they go they hear the song Bawl Out being played, and its created a storm virally.
Dovey, Feedo, Ajrenalin, Screechie Dan and Red Fox, all have since dropped videos for their tracks. Still be on the lookout for more videos from this project, including Alfray “Make Money”.
The riddim has become so popular that other artists have also added their voices.
Patexx looks to continue his success in the production industry with the release of his newest and most recent project the East 180 Riddim. As a transitional Producer, he looks to reach out to younger sensation like those being featured on the East 180 Riddim, such as Jayds, RnB sensation LV, young upcoming artist Itakay, Alfray and veteran artist Danielle D.I.
Danielle D.I.’s “Wife Yuh” is slowly becoming another female hit from the Journey Music Production. With the release of the Valentine’s Day teaser video, fans are patiently waiting and looking out for what’s to come with the official video. The song has been creating quite a buzz since its release.
Raymond Lowe Project Manager/ Spokesperson for Journey Music, states that since the release of the East 180 Riddim, response has been overwhelming. Many artists have reached out wanting to add their voice to the riddim, so we can look out for the East 180 Reloaded.
With Mood For Loving going gold in Europe which features top European Dj Freddy Moreira and Capital Candy, being a featured writer on the Sting and Shaggy upcoming album 44/876, working on his solo album, and a slate of projects to drop, The Journey Boss has his hands full and ready to deliver.