Six months after releasing his first project, producer Orlando “Shotty Shane” Chance returns with two songs — Bruk it Off by deejay Razor B and Rider by Vershon.
According to Shotty Shane, the singles are aimed at hot girls who will be hitting the clubs and dance floors this summer.
“The Razor B rhythm is a merge of dancehall and Afrobeat, while Vershon’s song is a mixture of dancehall with a tip of Latin,” he said.
He co-produced Rider with Iclips Records, which also shared production credits on the Wild Life rhythm, Shotty Shane’s debut release.
That beat was driven by songs such as Top Gallis by I Octane and Voicemail’s New Rave.
Shotty Shane, who is also a disc jockey at SunCity 104.9 FM in Portmore, believes being unique is the key to success in a competitive market.
“All my rhythms are different. I always emphasise on the era where people are just dancing and that’s how my beats are created, with that energy that just wants to make you move once you hear it,” he said.
— Kevin Jackson
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