Lanmine is all smiles these days as his new single, Creeping featuring Fambo has been blowing up all over radio especially since it has spawned a new Creeping dance that is all the rage in the street dances in the Corporate Area.
"The song just tek off, we have been working it for over three weeks now and it ah get crazy play inna the dances, people start do the Creeping dance that Shelly Belly create, so it looks good. And now the radio man dem start to play it, so we're planning to shoot the video next week when Shelly Belly return," Lanmine said in a release.
The 'Creeping' single is on a catchy dancehall beat and the singalong hook of "I'm creeping..." makes it a favourite among party goers who want to get their groove and their drink on. Born Shorvon McKinson, "Lanmine" grew up in the tough Riverton City community. He is no stranger to struggles and he has worked hard to hone his writing, recording and performance skills. His tireless work ethic has earned him the respect of many musical heavyweights in the local industry.
Currently signed to Stashment Production, Lanmine has been steady promoting his breakout video and single "Seven Days A Week" which is in regular radio rotation and was also featured on FI WI Choice Top Ten Chart Show as the song of the week this year. Other tracks for the upcoming talent include "Japanese Wine", "Red Light" both mixed by popular Alliance production powerhouse PayDay Music and "Say We Haffi Mek It".
Lanmine credits the likes of female deejays Macka Diamond and DJ Sunshine as his inspiration to strive and compete in an intensely competitive industry.
"I would like to big up DJ Sunshine for her tireless support, and Macka Diamond who was the first artist who called me up on a stage show and gave me a chance to perform for thousands of people," Lanmine said in a release.
He also thanked his management team, sound system selectors and the fans for their support.
Having recently filmed and released an EPK (electronic press kit) with fast rising video director Karl Durrant, Lanmine is getting ready to explode lyrically onto the local circuit with a host of new singles and an abundance of confidence.
"Musical talent is embedded in me, mi ah go tek it to the world so look out for the name, music and the face of Lanmine," he said.
To date, Lanmine has worked with a number of production labels including Arms House Records, Global Appeal Musiz, Stampede Records and Stashment Production. Lanmine is also working on his two latest singles, "Strong Black Woman" featuring Sizzla, 'Wifey Nuh Tek Back Fence' and Gelding Bwoy. The deejay recently gave a good account of himself at the IRIE FM road shows across Jamaica. "Right now, mi inna the lab ah come up wid some sick things fi the last three months of the year," he said.