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Dancehall artiste Future Fambo has teamed up with international Billboard producer, Ricky Blaze for what promises to be a musically electrifying project.
Future Fambo, known for his popular single, Rum and Redbull, alongside , Drunken Dance and others, joined Ricky Blaze's FME Recordings, for an EP/album, Drink To Life. The album which is a perfect fusion of pop, dance and Caribbean-influenced sounds, is expected to be released in a few months.
Blaze, who is responsible for crossover hits including Gyptian's Hold Yuh, Vybz Kartel's Touch A Button, Ding Dong's Bad Man Forward, and has also worked with the likes of Jazmine Sullivan, Wiz Khalifa, Jim Jones, Nicki Minaj, Alexis Jordan, Major Lazer, Santigold and others, said, "It's cool working with an artiste that has the drive and personality as Fambo. He has an international attitude and that's where we are trying to take it."
Fambo, who also spoke highly of Blaze, said, "Working with Ricky Blaze has been a blessing. With his track record and the records we created - the sky's the limit."
The album will be distributed by digital distribution company, 21st-hapilos, known for their successful music-distribution track record. Executive vice-president of the company, Johnny Wonder, said, "This project is definitely something persons should look out for. Future Fambo is known for coming up with some great concepts that have a good party vibe, and Ricky Blaze is known for his unique beats and great vision when it comes to music. So this will be one to watch."
Wonder, who has been credited for helping to introduce a number of reggae/dancehall hits to the US mainstream radio market including, Popcaan's Only Man She Want, Gyptian's Hold Yuh, Rum and Redbull by Beenie Man and Future Fambo, Khago's Nah Sell Out and other, continued, "The EP will be distributed to all the primary markets worldwide and we expect it to do extremely well."