Mineral Boss Records’ CEO carries on husband’s legacy | Entertainment
Within the last two and half years after the passing of her husband/business partner Cleon ‘Corey’ Jones, Mineral Boss Records (MBR) CEO Tawanna Jones has been trying to put her best foot forward with their record label.
She admitted that it hasn’t been an easy road moving forward alone.
“Moving forward without my second skin and my partner in everything is very hard. We had plans and goals to accomplish together. Lately, he has been in my dreams and my thoughts pushing me to do what we had set off to do in the music industry,” said Jones.
Carrying on legacy
With the aim to still bring greatness and carry on the legacy of her late husband and business partner, Jones picked up where they left off, organising stage shows and providing a platform for up-and-coming artistes to showcase their talent without competing against each other.
“I have an event called Break-Thru Sundays live on my Instagram page. We go live from inside my club and allow talents to show us what they have in store. It’s not a competition, it’s more like a talent showcase.
Other producers and I will record as many as we can and will provide spots for them to open up events for main acts hosted at my club,” said Jones.
MBR also inked a management contract with talented artiste Suspense, Magnum Queen of Dancehall for 2017, and is getting ready to drop her new rhythm titled Lottery Winner, as well as loads of singles from well-established artistes.
“I feel so good and encouraged to carry on the legacy of Mineral Boss Records for my husband and I; my dream is to see my husband’s work live on forever,” said Jones