New Track GENERAL HUGE & BUSHMAN “KEEP ON RISING” ChinaMan Yard Records

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GENERAL HUGE & BUSHMAN 
“KEEP ON RISING” 

OUT NOW ON VIDEO & DIGITAL FORMAT
CHINA MAN YARD RECORDS (Formerly DB Bros Records)
Blessed love to all music lovers! French artist General Huge is teaming up with Jamaican artist Bushman on conscious and deep meaning. «Keep On Rising» is the third single released from General Huge’s upcoming album «Conversations» that will be available in 2021.

Keep On Rising is a song that hits deep, mixing the reasons of struggle for a better future, while showing the impact of the past. As Bushman says himself «Don’t even ask us what we’re fighting for». A message of hope in spite of everything that is addressed to the future generations and asks them not to give up, to remain upright in spite of the mistakes of the past, and to go towards a more encouraging future.
 

General Huge & Bushman “Keep on rising”
3rd extract of the next album by General Huge
CHINA MAN YARD RECORDS
Lyrics : General Huge (Hugo Poncet) / Bushman (Dwight Duncan)
Composer : Emeric Bedu (Gimidisound)
Producer, arrangeur : General Huge (Hugo Poncet)
Riddim mixed by : 129H Studio
Label & Distribution : ChinaMan Yard chinamanyard@gmail.com
Artwork : EWO Flint (Florian Lee Tea)
https://www.instagram.com/kingflorencio/
Promotion : Musical Impact musical.impact@hotmail.com
General Huge & Perfect Giddimani & Tomawok “Come Again” still available !!
General Huge, Perfect Giddimani, Tomawok “Come Again”
2nd extract of the next album by General Huge
CHINA MAN YARD RECORDS
Autors : General Huge (Hugo Poncet) / Perfect Giddimani (Greg Rose) / Tomawok (Thomas Perez)
Compositor : General Huge (Hugo Poncet)
Producer : General Huge (Hugo Poncet)
Label & Distribution : ChinaMan Yard chinamanyard@gmail.com

Video realisation : Theo. M
Instagram: @theo.m.art

Artwork: EWO Flint (Florian Lee Tea) https://www.instagram.com/kingflorencio/
Promotion : Musical Impact musical.impact@hotmail.com

ChinaMan Yard Records (formerly DB Bros Records) is the first record label from China dedicated to reggae and dancehall. This music label aim is to promote the reggae movement in and out China, by producing projects with both international and local artists, promoting international artists locally and local artists internationally.
CMY is not only releasing singles, EPs and LPs every year, but also spreading their own music through sound-systems, tours, showcases and concerts.
ChinaMan Yard has already released the three first One Riddim albums ever coming out from China : «Twitch Riddim», «Rumors Of War Riddim» & “Mad Luck Riddim”, over 22 singles and 22 full albums.
 
CMY already had countless collaboration either on stage or in studio with artists from all over the globe such as Anthony B, Skarra Mucci, I Kong, Perfect Giddimani, Jah Defender, Future Fambo, Bobby Hustle, Lutan Fyah, Heavy HK, Tippa Irie, Ras Demo, U-Brown, Chuck Fenda, Naptali, Aima Moses, Elijah Prophet, Long Shen Dao, Jiang Liang Sound, ChaChaTaiwan MC, Iwan, Tomawok and more. 
 

GENERAL HUGE
General Huge is a Ragga, Reggae, Dancehall singer, songwriter, producer and beat maker. During the early years of his career, the General previously recorded two albums in France. He was part of a band in Beijing: Ultimate Band Crew (UBC).
He toured the whole China with UBC between June and September 2016. UBC also brought Perfect Giddimani for a China tour with them on November 2015.
He then went solo in 2017, releasing his first solo album “That's My Name” as a singer, he then produced and released “Music Souljahs” by Mc Webber that reached #11 in the iTunes top 200 Hip-Hop Charts in Hong Kong, and “Rumors Of War Riddim” that went #25 in the iTunes top 200 Reggae Charts in UK.
His prod “Life Nuh Easy” featuring both Zulu Bob and Lutan Fyah went #5 in New York Brooklyn Reggae Charts.
His first release as a producer: “Twitch Riddim” went #67 in the iTunes top 200 Reggae Charts in UK. He is also the co-founder of ChinaMan Yard (formerly DB Bros Records), the first and exclusively dedicated to reggae, record label ever built in China. He exported the concept of “One Riddim Album” in China by having different famous reggae artists singing on his label productions such as Perfect Giddimani, Chuck Fendah, King Kong, Elijah Prophet, Future Fambo, Lutan Fyah, Million Stylez, Daddy Freddy, and many more.
On stage, he made several cooperation, opening for Jamaican superstars Anthony B, Skarra Mucci, Perfect Giddimani, I Kong, the Chinese band 龙神道 (Long Sheng Dao), ChaCha, Far East Lion, but also for the UK dancehall stars Tippa Irie and Ras Demo as well as Nancy and Phoebe from Congo Natty, or Lady Chann, the UK dancehall queen. He also worked with the one and only Heavy HK, the old raggamuffin veteran U-Brown as well as the French reggae singers Taiwan MC and Tomawok.
BUSHMAN
Born Dwight Duncan in Prospect Beach, St. Thomas, Jamaica in 1973, he was raised as a Rastafarian. He attended the Lysson All Age School, where his music teacher noticed his potential for music and nurtured him in his developing stages. Dwight then went on to Yallas High School where he continued to shine musically as a member of the school choir, a member of the Yallas drum core, playing the bass organ, also participating in numerous school concerts. He was also a member of the New Testament Church of God Choir, where he earned the name Ark Angel.
As a teenager he worked as a selector under the name Junior Melody (sometimes Junior Buckley) for the Black Star Line sound-system, and took part in several singing competitions and talent searches in and around St. Thomas. Gaining a strong local fan base Junior Melody began to sing dub plates for local sound-systems such as Lee's Unlimited, Mello Construction, King Majesty and others. The rave reviews from the sound selectors and the people of his community encouraged Junior Melody to take his talent to the next level, the studios of Kingston.
He hitch-hiked to Kingston, and during an impromptu game of football at Arrows Dub plate studio he met Steely & Clevie. After telling them that he was a singer, they invited him to Studio 2000, where he recorded his first tracks. Their first song together was “Grow Your Natty”, which was followed by the hit “Call The Hearse”. With talks of an album Steely wished to change the name Junior Melody to Bushman. Initially Duncan was unhappy with this name, he thought it somehow derogatory to him coming from the country, until he researched the name only to discover that 'Bushman' was an African name for 'Medicine Man'. “Call The Hearse” became a big hit in Jamaica, and was followed by “Rude Boy Life” and his debut album, Nyah Man Chant (1997). Nyah Man Chant was described in The Rough Guide to Reggae as “as good an example of modern cultural singing as you could hope to find.”
Bushman then moved on to work with King Jammy, who produced his next two albums – Total Commitment, which collected most of the early singles he recorded for the producer, and Higher Ground. A Better Place was the fourth album from Bushman. For this album Bushman teamed up with the UK-based Stingray team.
Despite the ever-increasing recognition of his talent Bushman remains a humble, down to earth figure, who still lives in St. Thomas with his wife and children, follows a strict ital diet, and bathes in the hot water springs of St. Thomas.
Conquering Lion, featuring a guest appearance from Capleton, was released on 19 October 2012
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