Just like their brothers in dancehall TOK Kingston Jamaica’s Voicemail are a dancehall group heavily influenced by RB acts as Boyz II Men and Jodeci Members Craig Jackson Kevin Blaire and Oniel Edwards son of reggae great Rupee Edwards met in 1999 at a talent they formed Voicemail shortly after originally as a quintet in 2003, two additional members were gone and Voicemail began working as a trio with various producers cutting dubplate along with some early singles smooth RB efforts were made less of an impact in Jamaica, but the trio began working more in the energetic style Scare Dem Crew which Craig Jackson’s agingRe brother was a member the hits got bigger in 2004, “Weh Di Time” by Delly Ranks and Bogle became such a big Jamaican hit that it warranted a sequel, “Ready to Party (Weh Di Time 2)” Soon tracks like “Jamaican Jigga” and “Wacky Dip” well over Jamaican radio audience familiar with the trio trademark scream “You’ve got mail heyeeeee Voicemail” The mark counted in the title of their debut fulllength Hey there VP released in 2006
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Our years of experience working in Kingston with the top names in Dancehall and Reggae allow us to quickly produce dubplates with the highest quality sound in all formats. A partial artist list is on the Artists Page but we can produce dubplates by virtually every major artist in Reggae and Dancehall. Plus, our strong relationships with artists and studios allow us to beat the prices of all competitors by offering various discounts depending on the quantity and the type of order. We also have a representative based in the United States to help with our international phone orders and Japanese as well as other foreign language translation is available upon request. For more information please email contact(at)kingstoncitydubplates.com.