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Torpedo producer to release Focus EP

Lone Don

Having learnt the musical ropes from his father Wayne Lonesome, producer Wayne Brown (Lone Don) selected a profession in music at an early age.

Two years ago he scored certainly one of the most important hits of his profession, Torpedo by Skillibeng, which has thus far racked up greater than 10 million views on YouTube.

“I used to co-produce on my dad’s label, Run Things Records, and work on songs with artistes corresponding to John Holt, Sugar Minott, Gregory Isaacs, and Ninja Man. And that is where it began,” said Lone Don.

Lone Don is ready to release his first collection of songs via an EP titled Focus.

The project will showcase established in addition to up-and-coming acts including Charly Black, Jahmiel, Chronic Law, Yung Bredda, Di Ruption, and Lavisch.

Apart from reggae and dancehall, there might be some electronic dance music (EDM) songs on the project. Lone Don says that is an try to widen his fan base.

“I would like to construct my fan base and tap into different markets, that is why the choice was made to incorporate different genres of music,” he shared.

In keeping with Lone Don, he decided to incorporate new talent in an attempt to focus on what exists within the musical landscape.

He shared, nevertheless, that there have been some challenges working on the project.

“Getting back the files from the artistes in time was a challenge because an artiste is either on a distinct side of the island or travelling or residing overseas,” said Lone Don.

He made his solo production debut with the Big People riddim in 2018. It featured mostly veteran acts, including Jah Mason, singer Foxy Brown and Cornel Campbell.

Originally from east Kingston, Lone Don attended Kingston College. He says his creativity and melodies are what make his productions stand out.

His other hit songs include Nuh Sure by Chronic Law, Statistic by Bayka, Buzzy by Laa Lee, and Gorgeous by Jahvillani.

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