Shel-K, Black and Yellow Producer strikes corporate deal with Wray and Nephew
Young Jamaican producer and Black & Yellow executive, Sheldon “Shel-K” Williams has signed a deal with Wray and Nephew (the number one rum company in the Caribbean). Although Shel-K have been working with Wray and Nephew for the past two and a half years, this contract expands their relationship and also makes him one of the official faces of the company with ads appearing on TV, in print media and on major billboards right across the Caribbean. Shel-K is the first Reggae/Dancehall producer to get such a deal from a liquor company.
For those not familiar with Shel-K, he is responsible for the production of hits like Embrace it (Orisha Sound ft. Sizzla), Kingston Riddim, World War Three (Orisha Sound ft. Beenie Man), Gyptian Music, Life Machine by Droop Lion, Can't get enough by Anthony Que and many more. He is also part owner of Black and Yellow Entertainment, a professional recording and rehearsal studio located on Lady Musgrave Road in New Kingston, Jamaica and a recording artist in his own right.
In addition to fulfilling his obligations with Wray and Nephew, Shel-K is also working on a new single for himself as well as a Reggae/Dancehall album for Orisha Sound with Clive Hunt from VP Records.
Persons wanting to take advantage of Black and Yellow rehearsal space may do so by calling or texting (876) 529-0987 or (876) 845-5228. The facility has a large space with full band equipment and air-conditioning it’s available for band and dance rehearsals and it includes wood laminated floor and full-wall mirror.