American producer TuchPoint is gearing up to release his much anticipated Clarendon rhythm. This he will be doing with the help of some Jamaican heavy hitters. Not wanting to let the cat out of the bag, TuchPoint says: "Clarendon is an up-tempo dancehall riddim that will keep the listeners moving' and groovin' ... "
TuchPoint Music has been involved with numerous music productions over the years ranging from hip hop, to R&B, alternative, and of course reggae and dancehall. He is very upbeat about this new project and promises that this one is definitely going to be a hit. The rhythm features known and upcoming artistes.
When quizzed about the name choice, TuchPoint responded by saying, "Besides being the birthplace of some of reggae music's biggest icons like, Freddie McGregor, Toots Hibbert and Super Cat, I named this riddim Clarendon because that was one of the first parishes I visited when I first came to Jamaica. With the breath-taking views, lovely people, and nice vibes, Clarendon seemed like the perfect name for my first riddim release," TuchPoint said, explaining the name of the project. "I wish the entire world could experience a fun-filled week in Clarendon. Since the world can't come to Clarendon, I'm going to bring Clarendon to the world with a riddim that inspires movement, creativity and good vibes."
He urges everyone to look out for more good work from TuchPoint Music. "Music is my first passion, so I am always in the studio constantly working. Look out for the Clarendon riddim and look out for many more to come," he said.