American businessman Corey Todd will begin releasing dancehall and reggae music online through iTunes beginning next week. The first wave of releases will include the entire catalogue of music that he has produced in the past three months. He has scored hits such as Jahvinci's In My Life and Eagle and Hawk in recent months, both with producer Ainsley 'Notnice' Morris.
"I have my own iTunes account through which I will be releasing dancehall and reggae songs. I will be releasing projects that I have with the producers Notnice, Black Spider and Dre Day. I am also looking to do joint deals with other producers and I am willing to put up my own money as well to amp up promotion. If you come to me with a project that I love, I will shoot music videos for it, pump up the airplay, get it on mixtapes and playing in the club. I will go all out, I want to make dancehall music into a real viable industry. This was my dream all along and I am going after it," Todd said in a release.
Todd also plans to release new music every Tuesday via iTunes.
He is presently promoting Khago's latest single, If This Is Not Love, and the video for the song will be released this week as well.
"We're going to turn things up for the last quarter of the year, more singles, more videos, well-produced songs that are true to the spirit of dancehall. Khago's song is already #1 on a reggae chart in Antigua...Aidonia is recording more songs, the Summer Sun/One More Gal video is going to drop on CVM TV exclusively this weekend, this is the takeover," he said.
He also hinted that he may be on the verge of securing a major distribution deal with Canadian-based record company.
"We are winding up talks right now, I can't say much, but it is going to be big," he said in the release.