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DJ Frass travels the Road To Success

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

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HIGH-FLYING producer DJ Frass has secured an all-star cast for his latest project Road To Success.

“I just want to leave a music legacy and be remembered as one of the greatest reggae dancehall producers,” said DJ Frass.

The 18-track set boasts acts including Sean Paul ( House Party): Hawaiian reggae star J Boog ( Love Like This); Mavado ( Enemies); Alkaline ( Perfect) and (Mamacita) featuring Justin Quiles; and Kranium ( Take Control). Jesse Royal (My Time To Shine), I-Octane ( RIP — Return If Possible), and Protoje (It Nuh Safe) are also credited on the project, which is slated for release on August 3. Distribution will be handled by Zojak World Wide.

DJ Frass (given name Kimani Palmer) said he always had a passion for music.

“I was always involved in the music industry. I was a “roadie”. I have a real passion for music and couldn't see myself doing anything else. There was no other choice for me,” he said.

He came to prominence with his 2009 project, Clearance rhythm. His crowning moment however, is for his work on Morgan Heritage's 2016 Grammy-winning album Strictly Roots. DJ Frass is also credited on Etana's Reggae Forever, and Alkaline's New Level Unlocked EP.

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