Keri Paige and Computer Paul discuss new project

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By: Alan Lewin


"The prodigal daughter has returned home." Those are the words from Paul Henton, better known as 'Computer Paul' in the music business, upon seeing Kerri Paige, who visited him recently at his Riverside Studio in Harbour View. Computer Paul recorded four songs for Paige between the late 90’s and early 2000s.

The veteran producer has worked with some of the biggest names in reggae music, picking up several awards. His most recent was in Manhattan, New York, for work done on Akon's album, "Mama Africa." Tanya Mullings was on hand to present Computer Paul with his award.

His latest project is a rhythm called "Hypocrite" and it features many artistes like, Norris Man, Singing Melody, Galawasp, Fred Locks, Bushman and new sensation – Tarry.

At the moment negotiations are taking place to re-launch Paige's career, with Computer Paul planning to record her once again.