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MBR drops The Lottery rhythm to rave reviews

MINERAL Boss Records (MBR) has released The Lottery Winner rhythm, its first rhythm project in four years. Distributed by Johnny Wonder 21st Distribution, was released earlier this month.

Label head Tawanna Jones, who has struggled with the sudden death of her husband and business partner Cleon ‘Mineral Boss’ Jones two-and-a-half years ago, is dedicated towards keeping the label’s legacy alive for producing hit songs and breaking new reggae and dancehall artistes. 
“I always want to motivate others that if you can believe you will receive. I am always thinking and aiming high. The aim is for someone to bingo and hit it big and the ‘ Lottery’ ‘buss’ their career on my project,” Jones said. 

Among the hit songs that the label has produced are Joy in the Morning by Nesbeth, Things Tek Time (Jahmiel), Enemies Scared (Masicka), Friends Turn Enemies (I Octane), and Progress (Mavado). Progress is featured on rapper and producer DJ Khaled’s Grammy-nominated platinum-selling album Major Key.

Jones believes that this rhythm project can be launching pad for these new star-seekers to achieve their goals. 
 “I’ve given them a hot beat and a great image, so the rest is up to them. I believe in my work so I never stop working or promoting it. What you put in is what you get out. Success speaks volumes,” she said. 

The project boasts four female artistes and up-and-coming acts.

The Lottery Winner rhythm features Zero Unuh Game by 2017 Magnum Queen of the Dancehall winner Suspense; Caan Change (Teflon); Third Eye (Lisa Hyper); Hard Ride (Kappella Don); Ready for the World (Tamo Jay); Never Stress (Delly Ranx); Money a Me Best Friend (Raine Seville); Ride Your Waves (Tall Up); Money Disease (Helpchapo Global); and Brave One (Kip Rich).

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