Tower Hill Records promotes ‘Uptop Wine’ | Entertainment
Tower Hill Records’ main man, Greg Chisolm, believes he has landed a world-class production, featuring dancehall front runner TeeJay, and internationally renowned singer Gyptian.
The song, titled Uptop Wine, also features up-and-coming Ugandan artiste Bremmy. According to Chisolm, the single is a fusion of pop, Afrobeats, R&B and dancehall.
In a release sent to THE STAR, Chisolm said that he has gravitated to music since he was a teenager, drawing inspiration from his father’s writing skills, and gaining experience in his grandfather’s studio.
“This has led me to a journey of pursuing a bachelor’s in audio engineering at the Institute of Audio Research in New York that has propelled me to creating productions with artistes like Jadakis, Rick Ross, Jim Jones, Beenie Man, Vybz Kartel, Natural Blacks, and many more,” he said. Chisolm noted that Uptop Wine is the label’s first release in a long while. He said that they were satisfied with the finished product.
“Our marketing and PR team have worked tirelessly to ensure that this single Uptop Wine (will) be a hit song by working all digital platforms and strategies to boost the project. We anticipate great support from the artistes’ fan base and the entertainment industry players. We are expecting it to do extremely well,” he said.
In commenting on the track, Gyptian dubbed it a ‘winner’ made for all seasons. “It is a very pronounced tropical-flavoured song for the summer splash and beyond. It will be great for the dance floor and make useful for carnival,” he said.
The video for the single was shot at the Geejam Hotel in Portland by international director Angelo Boyke of Angelo B Media.