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PRODUCER/SONGWRITER CHRIS MARSH STEPS INTO THE SPOTLIGHT AS SINGER WITH A NEW SINGLE!

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IN 2006, Adrian ‘Izes’ Marshall’s song-writing skills found its way to Billboard via Sean Paul’s hit single Temperature.

The track appeared on the album Trinity. Marshall co-wrote the single with the international recording artiste and it found its way to the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts. Its success didn’t stop there, as it went on to win the Dance Song of the Year title at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in 2007. Today, Marshall is taking on a new role and is hoping to have similar success from his latest single Beach Party.

 “Although I have created several rhythms and write singles, I always wanted to try my voice at recording. This is not my first single, but I am hoping that it will create a buzz and get my name out there as an artist,” he told the Jamaica Observer.
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Using the moniker Chris Marsh, the Florida-based entertainer said Beach Party is one of the singles featured on his upcoming Get There rhythm. Released on November 24, Beach Party is a song about partygoers enjoying themselves at an event on the shores.

So far, Get There rhythm also features Popcaan’s Gal Farm, Chi Chi Ching’s Party, and My Life by Beenie Man.

“The rhythm is not officially released as yet, as I am still compiling artistes and singles for it. However, all of the singles mentioned above are already released. I expect all of them to do really well, although one never knows which will be a hit. The aim is really just to make good music,” said the deejay.

In his late 20s, Chris Marsh was born in Linstead, St Catherine. He relocated to St Ann and then Kingston. Shortly after leaving high school he ventured on a career path in music.

In 2006 he released the Global rhythm, a collaborative effort between Fire Links and himself. The project featured Beenie Man’s Heart Attack and Elephant Man’s Bad Man Foward. He also created the beat for Erup’s Gal a Run Dem Head.

— By Simone Morgan

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