Iba Mahr & Notis Records Stepping Out Hotter With 'Diamond Sox'


In Proper Old-Time Style and Fashion.


Iba Mahr and Notis (formerly Notice Productions) stepped out with Diamond Sox recently, bringing the same positive vibes with a slightly more upbeat tempo than we're accustomed to hearing from the artiste.

"Nuttin' nuh change," affirms the Black Youth of Harar in his lyrics; still linking with Notis, drum and bass duo of Wayne "Unga Barunga" Thompson and Jason "Big Bass" Welsh. Adding to their roster this year with more stage performances, Unga tells us that the duo's structure "has been transforming and continues to do so," which explains the fresh logo and name change.

Unga who also produced the single goes on to tell us, "we've gotten the opportunity to perform rhythms that we've produced over the years. It's something that we always wanted to do, particularly having both toured with various successful Jamaican artistes."

Their first opportunity came just months ago with the launch of 'Hopeless Romantic', Chevaughn's EP on February 12th. Be sure to Notis the transition, bringing the productions of the Notis Records label to the stage.

Mixed by Grammy Award winning engineer Gregory Morris. We're excited for the release of Diamond Sox from Iba Mahr and Notis who last collaborated in late 2013 with Sound the Trumpet and Love You Girl. Anticipation is building too for the release of the video directed by Jay Will.


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