Juke Boxx Group and Productions Company for Talent Management and Booking Agency Company.
The company was established in 2003. It is located at 6 Ballater Avenue, Kingston, Jamaica. Starting with its debut production release, Capelton’s Place Burn Down on the Klymaxx rhythm to the monster hit, Mavado’s Money Changer on the Warning project, Juke Boxx Productions has unleashed a continuous series of hit tracks.
The Klymaxx rhythm project was followed by the successful Statement which features Morgan Heritage’s “Brooklyn and Jamaica”, the unforgettable “Gash Dem and Light Dem” on Confessions. The label has recorded some of the brightest stars in reggae including: Shaggy, Bounty Killer, Assassin, Queen Ifrika, Beenie Man, Vybz Kartel, Romain Virgo, Da’Ville, T.O.K., Sizzla, Tanya Stephens, Ninja Man, Elephant Man, Voice Mail, Anthony B and Busy Signal, whose career has been under the guidance of Juke Boxx Management since 2007.Producer Shane C. Brown is the driving force behind Juke Boxx Productions.
From his humble beginnings at Tuff Gong studios as an apprentice engineer in the analogue studios, to his current status as a leading studio and live mixing engineer, Shane has developed his talent. His extensive list of mixing credits includes projects for Universal France, Barkley Records, Geffen and Sony. He has been contracted by successful producers such as Christopher Birch, Daseca and Donovan Germain. He has lent his talents to tracks by Jamaican luminaries Jimmy Cliff, The I Threes, Dean Fraser, Chakka Demus and Pliers, late luminaries Dennis Brown and Garnet Silk, international talents Chakka Khan, Black Uhuru, Cleb Khaled and Alfa Blondie just to name a few.
Prior to founding the company, Shane scored credits as a producer on the multi-platinum Kingston Karma for French recording artiste PierPoljak. He also produced nine tracks on Junior Kelly’s breakthrough album Love So Nice, contributed significantly to Chuck Fender’s Living Fire as a producer and claims tracks on albums by, Maxi Priest, Anthony B, Lord Kossity and Kip Rich among others. In recent years, he has worked with the
The company has now expanded over the past four years to become Jamaica’s only “one stop shop” as Shane would call it. The group now comprises in addition to our established Production house, a Management company, who recently started working with re-knowned Reggae producer, Clive Hunt; and a full service Talent Booking division for local and international artistes managed by Sharon Williams, one of the best in the field of Talent bookings worldwide.
In this capacity we have developed long standing relationships with many major productions and festivals worldwide such as the St. Kitts Music Festival, Irie Jamboree, Uppsala Reggae festival, SummerJam Reggae festival, and Barbados’ “Reggae on the Hill” to name a few.
We continue to grow from strength to strength with a never-ending musical vision as the sky is the limit!FOR ARTISTE PROMOTION AND BOOKING INFORMATION CLICK HERE
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