All Vinyl copies sold out for Milverton Thompson's 'Fade Away' cover
Vinyl copy of Fade Away
Extremely talented recording artiste Milverton is the unique soul-searing voice behind the reggae-soul rendition of Junior Byles 'Fade away', which was featured by Father Culture . The vibrancy created between these two veteran roots reggae artistes resulted in the vinyl copies of this classical hit song to be sold out.
Milverton Thompson grew up in the tough, dire, garrisons of Kingston. His mother and stepdad, "helped to foster love and good morals in me that has made me into the man that I am today" Milverton recalls.
Milverton had a great support group while living with his extended family in the Grants Pen community, it was the encouragement of his family and friends which motivated him to develop his remarkable habit of singing while attending the New Day All Age School located in the community. "In the morning while on my way to school, I would sing all types of songs, from Barrington levy to Dennis brown, Milverton was a multi-talented child when growing up, with a renowned love for football...he and his team took home the all age school football competition trophy in 1986.
"Singing on a sound system was my first exposure, Tony Lou brought me to a studio operated by Gussy Clarke called Music Works on Slypen road where I recorded two songs entitled 'Tira' and 'Confidential'.." He later re-recorded the track 'Tira' at Super T's studio.
In 1996 he did some recordings for Leroy Sibbles at Sonic Sound recording. Later he recorded for Father Romie from Exodus Sound System using the name Mr. Thompson. Milverton was always looking for an avenue to breakout, he entered the Tastee Talent Show several times; he entered as a duo with Father Culture two times, but later reentered as a solo artiste in 1999 and was awarded best original song for his single 'Mama bawl' Immediately after he was booked for the well established Teen Bash held at Port Henderson Beach, Jamaica. Currently Milverton is promoting is new single 'Mr cop' recorded by veteran producer Steven Stanley.With established marketing partners Beastbloggerz876 guiding his career, Milverton is poised for great things in 2016 and beyond.
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