International Producer Greg Chisholm popularly known as Government Cheese of Tower Hill Records produce a project called “ Uptop Wine”, which features internationally-acclaimed artiste, Gyptian , Teejay and Ugandan artiste Bremmy.
The sound of the riddim is fused with four different genre such has R&B , Pop , mixed with Dancehall and Afro beats . The video was shot at the Geejamz Hotel in Portland, Jamaica by international Director Angelo Boyke of Angelo B Media from the United States of America.
“it is a very pronounced tropical flavored song for the summer splash and beyond. will be great for the dance floor and make useful for Carnival.. it is beyond any specific season. I am awaiting my fans and the general public at large to comment and give me their take on this masterful delivery and with TeeJay., We win said Gyptian. “
The idea of this collaboration with international Chart-topping singer Gyptian , The Uptop boss, Teejay and Bremmy from Uganda is well organized and executed properly and we are satisfied with the finished product,” said Government Cheese of Tower Hill Records.
‘ Uptop Wine’ single is my labels first release in a long while. Ever since I was young teenager I have been gravitated to music through the inspiration of my father’s writing skills and experience in my grandfather’s studio. This as led me to a journey of pursuing a Bachelors in Audio Engineering at the Institute of Audio Research in New York that has propelled me creating productions with artistes like Jada Kiss, Rick Ross, Jim Jones, Beenie Man, Vybz Kartel, Natural Blacks and many more. The connections with these artistes is what produces explosive magic through our creations in studio,’ Government Cheese explained.
Our Marketing & PR team Tameka Reynolds of Free People Entertainment and Latoya McKay of Le’ McKay Consultant have worked Tirelessly to ensure that this single ‘ Uptop Wine ‘ be a hit songs by working all digital platform and strategies to boast the project. We are expecting great support from both artistes’ fan base and the entertainment industry players , Mr. Chisholm explained.