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Sponge Music scores big with Forgiven rhythm

Charles “Sponge Music” Williston.

Hit songs similar to Not Perfect by Mavado, Real Dogs by Alkaline, and the recent chart-topper Pain by Mavado, Jay-A and Dexta Daps, have kept the Sponge Music label on the musical radar lately.

Producer Charles “Sponge Music” Williston is about on making a reputation for himself on the worldwide music scene. He believes his latest project, the Forgiven rhythm, can open those doors for him internationally.

Released in March, Forgiven rhythm has taken flight scoring multiple hits for the US-based producer who’s originally from Porus in Manchester.

“I’m a really spiritual person and I place confidence in every little thing I do. I wanted to make use of a positive name for the rhythm, in order that’s how I got here up with Forgiven,” Williston disclosed.

He said getting the artistes on board wasn’t a difficult task based on prior working relations.

“Getting the artist was very easy, because these are artistes that I even have worked with before they usually like the way in which I produce and promote my projects,” said Williston.

The Forgiven rhythm also features the chart-riding and trending Live n Learn by 450, Fight by Rytikal, Save Me by hot rookie Byron Messia, All Night by Rajah Wild, Dissloyalty by Ikaya, and Unlimited Rounds by gold-selling deejay Mad Cobra.

The opposite artistes who contributed to the project are C.M.R., Demarco, Adventerous, Vanessa Bling, Anthony B, Tommy Lee Sparta, Kalado, and DreZee.

Said Williston, “The response has been pretty good to date. Members of the dancehall fraternity have indicated that this could possibly be within the running for rhythm of the yr.

The project has showcased and brought out the skills of artistes like Rajah Wild, and the producer is gearing as much as release new material by Jay-A, Govana, and Rytikal in addition to a rhythm project later this yr.

“I’m also working closely with Jay-A,” Williston shared, “so big as much as him for helping to place the Mavado and Dexta Daps collaboration together.”

Sponge Music has been around for the past nine years. The label previously scored big with the songs Not Perfect by Mavado, Real Dogs by Alkaline, Burning Up the Streets by Capleton, and Beenie Man’s Do You Wish to be that Guy, which he co-produced with childhood friend Jerome Elvie.

General by Dexta Daps and Ikaya, The Pain by Shaneil Muir, and Best Life by Gyptian (featured on the Reggae Gold compilation) are amongst Sponge Music’s credentials.

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