Voice Mail completes album & signs endorsement clothing line deal in Japan


VOICEMAIL0048.jpgDancehall group Voice Mail's new album Let's Go is scheduled to be released on April 18. The album boasts production work from the likes of Christopher 'Langmann' Birch, Donahue Riley, Donovan Bennett, Tony 'CD' Kelly, Delano Thomas from Renaissance, Rohan 'Sno Cone' Fuller, Nigel Staff and Danny Champagnie.

'This is a more mature album from our previous album Hey. We put a lot of work and effort into this album and we are confident that our fans will be pleased with the finished product', said Oneil Edwards, a member of Voice Mail.

Let's Go is the follow up to Voice Mail's Japan gold selling disc Hey. It contains 18 tracks including songs such as I Need You, Clap Off, and Love.

Voice Mail recently returned to the island after performing on two shows in Japan. The three member group also played to sold out shows in Antigua, St. Lucia and the Bahamas. On April 7, the group performed in Boston. In mid April the members will travel to the US East Coast for performances at three major colleges.

Voice Mail currently has two songs making moves on the charts. They are Flash Yuh Finger on the Renaissance label's Quick Draw rhythm and Dancing Fever featuring Cool Face.

The members of Voice Mail recently snapped up an endorsement deal with Prohibit clothing in Japan. The group was featured in advertisements last year or Bashco. Voice Mail is also the one of the many entertainers featured in advertising campaigns for Cable and Wireless' bmobile brand.