Danger Zone produces positive sounds in Jam Down



Danger Zone Records has released their latest rhythm aptly titled 'Jam Down', as it is reminiscent of old school reggae. Produced by Danger Zone's Della, Jigsy King and Ce'Cile, the 'Jam Down Riddim' is a compilation of 9 lovers' rock tunes and 11 culture / meditational anthems.

"We are trying to get back to the realness of the music. I love Dancehall but Reggae is my first love. Danger Zone will be producing more authentic sounds that compliment our artistes and offer a positive message," Delmar 'Della' Drummond revealed.

Danger Zone Records has made the conscious decision to refrain from producing music with negative messages such as songs with pro-violence or pro-gun lyrics. "Danger Zone Records' motto is unification through music." Ce'Cile explains. "We are trying to set an example by producing music that will both unify and edify the people. If the track mentions guns it must be anti-gun lyrics."

The 20-track album features Danger Zone artistes Ce'Cile, Jah Cure, Jigsy King, Cutty Corn, Mikey 'Untouchable' Pelpa and Slubbo and highlights both popular and young artistes. "Danger Zone is dedicated to developing young talent. All our albums feature fresh talent," says Della.

The Jam Down riddim has already been receiving major airplay in the Caribbean, US and Europe and plans are in place for the medley video to be filmed this month in two parts: Jam Down Lovers medley and Jam Down Culture medley. VP Records will also be distributing the album on 'Riddim Driven'.