Minister Marion Hall & Downsound Records: “I’m Doing Better”

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Minister Marion Hall

Catch Minister Marion Hall live at Reggae Sumfest 2023 in Jamaica

Minister Marion Hall releases a song that is a powerful message of triumph, praise and faith. It is delivered in an engaging package that is a musical fusion of gospel, soul and R&B with flavours of rap, and dancehall.

This is a joint project by Minister Hall, Downsound Entertainment CEO Joe Bogdanovich and Jamaican musician and producer Gramps Morgan.

Minister 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 Marion 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!

Minister Marion Hall

Bogdanovich expressed immense pleasure in participating in what he considers a truly special and thrilling project. He shared, “Working with these two Jamaican music icons has been a privilege for me. Their talent and professionalism were instructive and a genuine pleasure. I am proud that our label is associated with this song, which is destined to be a major hit and serves as a profound inspiration.”

Bogdanovich emphasized “I’m Doing Better” in Sumfest’s 30th staging marketing, a momentous milestone. The collaboration with Minister Marion Hall and Gramps Morgan marks the first of several exciting projects.

Moreover, Bogdanovich revealed that they have other exciting projects in the pipeline, including one with Freddie McGregor, spotlighting his indomitable will and a tribute to King Jammy, the legendary record producer of reggae and dancehall genres, whose influential work spans the 70s, 80s, and 90s and continues to resonate powerfully.

Additionally, an alliance with The Mitchells is in progress, along with a project featuring Tommy Lee, who will tour high schools to share positive lifestyle messages.

With all these incredible ventures lined up, Reggae Sumfest 2023 promises to be a captivating and unmissable experience for music enthusiasts of all ages.

Join us for this celebration of talent, unity, and the vibrant spirit of Jamaican music.

Reggae Sumfest 2023 is going to be a thrilling journey!

Minister Marion Hall

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