August 3, 2023 | Supa Pea |
Jamaican Kryme Rate, a deejay who has won over 50 talent contest across Jamaica, has made it to the Just for Peace International album.
Other potential artistes likely to make the cut, include big stars Kabaka Pyramid the current Reggae Album Grammy winner. High profile Third World Don, Lahjihkal from Spanish Town and Valiant.
Beatbopper is also eyeing artistes from Trinidad and Tobago, and the Philippines.
“I am also working with Eric Forbes, a music executive with Chalmers John hit song, Rumors ft. Trip. They are from the twin island of Trinidad and Tobago.
“Also, on my radar is Ragga Marv, who is from the Philippines and Bandilo, that will grip the Asian market.
The announcement of Kryme Rate, born Andre Robinson, inclusion was announced by album producer Michael “Beatbopper” Hudgins, less than a week ago.
Hudgins, who had sponsored the top prize for the Champion Bwoy Karaoke and Talent Contest in Jamaica, 2022, had promised that the winner would get a feature on one of his international albums.
“Beatbopper always try to keep his promise. So, Kryme Rate is definitely one of the artistes to be featured”.
His song, Too Much Killing, is one which the world will appreciate because violence affects leaders around the world.
“Kryme Rate has demonstrated leadership qualities. He is concerned about the thousands of lives, including children. He is sending out a great message,” he added.
Beatbopper had worked with several Billboard albums.
His most recent being Miungu Ya Muziki which went no 1 on the Cuba-Caribbean charts and continues to chart.