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Canadian Record Label Opens New Studio in Jamaica

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A New Recording Studio opened at 1 Saxthorpe Avenue at the corner of Constant Spring Road, opposite National Commercial Bank (NCB)  Manor Park Branch in Kingston Jamaica recently.

The Canadian maple leaf emblem is proudly displayed on the outside of the studio Offices named “Konsequence Muzik Studios” owed and operated by Mr. T. Peart, a Canadian/Jamaican business man.

“My motivation is to give young artists more exposure”.

“We plan to focus on Urban Music, including dancehall, reggae, R & B and Hip Hop. We have a compilation of new rhythms out now . Our latest project is titled “Life to live” comprising of artistes such as Starface, I-Octane, Gyptian, Jahmiel, Lady Saw, Jah Vinci, Khago, Singer J, Bryka, Esco Levi (Canadian), & Twins of Twins to name a few … who have all recently recorded on this Rhythm”

The Studio was originally established in Canada.


“I have just released a song entitled “Focus”. It means I am focussing on my dreams. This song was released on the Life to live Rhythm … prior to that I released a video named “Hold my Man” found on my Starface Vevo Channel. “Starface Official Vevo”.

“In May 2016, I have an upcoming UK tour.” Rachael Edwards aka Starface asserted in this Vision Exclusive.


We welcome this new business to our Jamaican community and wish for them all the success. Vision SIC was allowed unfettered access to the under construction studio. One Studio of two is ready, so is the administrative block. Another studio space is being refurbished and should be ready soon. Work was in progress as we visited.

Jamaica as you may ve aware other mecca for dancehall and other genres.

“I have a colab with Beenie Man, entitled “Ride or die” on the Konsequence label.

On a personal level “I am single and no children.” The beautiful up and coming artiste confided. She has a very welcoming personality and dresses well.

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The sound engineer Christopher “G” Grant was on the job and rhythms could be heard being belted out as artiste Starface was on location. The location is good and there was an atmosphere of real activity and professionalism.

Picture and commentary by Hopeton O’Connor-Dennie who is Senior International Correspondent & Photojournalist for Vision Newspaper Canada.

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