Downsound Records releases new single…
Minister Marion Hall’s
“I’m Doing Better”
Catch her live at Reggae Sumfest 2023 in Jamaica
Minister Marion Hall releases a song that
is a powerful message of triumph, praise and faith delivered in an engaging package that is a musical fusion of gospel, soul and R&B with flavours of rap, and dancehall.
The song is a joint project by Minister Marion Hall, Downsound Entertainment CEO Joe Bogdanovich, and exceptional Jamaican musician and producer
Minister Marion Hall attributes the vision and rendering of the song to God’s work. “God is in the midst of everything to do with this song.
She emphasized that, “Joe and Gramps became a part of the song like parts of a divine puzzle”.
Minister Marion Hall aims to ‘win souls for God’
at Reggae Sumfest
Says she is filled with ‘more fire’
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In commenting on her return to the Sumfest stage, Minister Hall noted that as a dancehall star she was the only woman who ever closed Sumfest and to be coming back to the stage in a different but far more powerful capacity was an amazing irony.
She promised a riveting performance for her return
to the Sumfest stage!
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Bogdanovich expressed his pleasure in participating in what he considers a very special and exciting project. “Working with these two icons of
Jamaican music has been a privilege for me.
Their talent and professionalism were instructive, and a real pleasure and I am proud that our label is associated with this song which is not only destined to be a major hit but is such an inspiration”.
Bogdanovich noted that “I’m Doing Better”
would be a major element of the marketing
of the 30th staging of Sumfest, a major milestone
in the festival’s history.
The Reggae Sumfest team will be pulling out all the stops to celebrate it. This collaboration with Minister Marion Hall and Gramps Morgan is the first of several such projects.
Bogdanovich advised that other projects in the pipeline include Freddie McGregor, highlighting his indomitable will, and a tribute to King Jammy, legendary record producer of the reggae and dancehall genres whose work spans the 70s,
80s and 90s and, “he is still raging”.
There is also an alliance with The Mitchells as well as a project with Tommy Lee who will be touring high schools to share positive lifestyle messages.
Reggae Sumfest 2023 is going to be a thrilling journey!