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Razz releases debut rhythm, 'Razz Attack'


The Razz Attack rhythm is the debut production from sound system selector and disc jock Sean 'Razz' Cousley.


The dancehall rhythm features 10 tracks from up-and-coming acts as well as established names. It is the first release under his Razz Attack Muzik label.

"I have an extensive knowledge of good music, and a keen ear to music that will progress into greatness and ones that will last forever. I love music, and it has helped me immensely and production is an excellent way to recreate and reevaluate what is released on air, and it is my contribution to the business I have grown to understand and love," Cousley said in a media release.

The beat was built by artiste and producer Craig 'Serani' Marsh. Getting artistes involved with the production was an easy task for Cousley.

"It wasn't difficult to get the artistes who are on it now, but there were other artistes that I tried to have on the project as well. However, they were either too busy or weren't interested," he noted.

Featured on the rhythm are This A Di Best by Dexta Daps, Loyal Yute by Demarco, Print Pon Dem Face by Dean Loyal, Nuh Tek Bad Up by I Octane, One Life To Live by Delus and Rikroot, Write The Book by Lady Saw, Grey Sky Blue by Ryme Minista, Get Gal Easy by Kanambo, Who Me by Serani and Razz Attack and Prescription by Ryme Minista.

Since its release, the rhythmm has been receiving significant airplay on most radio stations and is fast becoming a favourite with music industry selectors and the general public.

A mix CD titled Razz Attack Summa (Dancehall Mix CD 2014) was recently release to boost the promotion of the project.

Cousley is a former Kingston College student. He also studied at the University of Technology (Utech). He plans to get more involved in music production.

Fans can follow Razz on Instagram and Twitter @razzattack876 and on Facebook.com/razzattack876.

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