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Donroy’s “Beautiful Day” Aims For The Grammy

Donroy Muziq’ the producer of Beautiful Day, one of seven tracks on the ‘Mankind Riddim Various Artistes Compilation Album’, is aiming for a Grammy. The song a collaboration by international acclaimed Capleton and well accomplished Inner Voice, has been getting rave reviews since the album’s released on Donroy Muziq imprint, June 16, 2023.

The single’s enviable number one position on the Jamaican Reggae charts, has broken the silence of Glenroy ” Donroy” Donaldson who shares the song’s success with his son and co-producer Savoy.

“This is only the beginning of what we expect to be a project for Grammy consideration next year. In fact, we are working for a Grammy nomination, and, if that sounds too ambitious, I am here to enlighten everyone.

“This project (Mankind Riddim Various Artistes Compilation Album), was well thought of, from start to finish. In short, we had a plan which we fully executed.

“I knew the artistes needed to prepare and to make the plan successful.

“In fact, one can attest to the vibrant authentic voice of the Fireman Capleton and the smooth, velvet laced Inner Voice which produced, Beautiful Day, our first number one single.

“We wanted positive songs with energy and passion, which will inspire people from all walks of life.

“The other artistes is Nana EQ, a strong advocate for not only Africans, but human rights and justice. And, one who is well- respected in the music industry. Her contribution being, God’s Blessings.

Other songs on the album are, Genna1s’, “You Change Me”, Abulanis’ “Don’t put Your Trust in Mankind;” Jah Thunders’ “Mankind Mean.” Sully Sulfas’ “Life Should Be Better,” and T Butler, Axxcess and Little Ds’, ” Poverty Spell Break”

Donroy, grew up in Duhaney Park, Kingston 20, and began his music career in his early twenties. He enjoyed a slice of the music industry as a producer for more than twenty years.

“The first artistes who came under my wings were Twins of Twins having marketed, Stir It Up (Volume 1); I also managed the talented Hot Shot Crew from Seaview Gardens.

“My success story led to both father and son meeting artistes, including Bounty Killer, Sizzla, Capleton, Elephant Man, Mr. Vegas, Captain Barkey, Determine, Lukie D, Anthony B and Spice.

“I also recorded the Scare Dem Crew, Monster Shack and Hot Shot Crew.

” I secured a number of local and international hits on my former label Hot-A-Tac Records.

Supa Pea

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