Rising Waterhouse Native Alandon Drops “Undress” by ZJ Cutta for Suffarah Ent
Gaining recognition by his chart topping productions with such artists as Reggae star Chronixx and veteran reggae crooner Mr.Easy, Suffarah Entertainment producer ZJ Cutta has been hard at work on several projects such as “Undress” performed by recording artist Alandon.
While rising talent and Waterhouse native Alandon admits that this song departs from his usual topics and style, he was eager for a chance at displaying his versatility and welcomed the chance to work with ZJ Cutta’s vision for the song.
“This song is very deep and emotional but its also about appreciating, as an artist i like to think outside the box. The concept of this record reveals a free spirit kinda feeling. It’s about a person that’s in a relationship and gets everything except love, thats willing to walk away for nothing but love.” stated Alandon
Speaking on working with new talent, acclaimed producer ZJ Cutta reflected “Often as producers we find inspiration in new talent. Suffarah Entertainment is actually working on several projects with Alandon. We are actually working on a compilation album Alandon featuring Mr. Easy, i love the idea of a reggae veteran and rising star on a song, it makes sense. Alandon also has a track by himself on the same project. The album name is Medina Riddim it features various artists like Red Fox, Darrio, Munga, Jess Bless among others.”
The hit bound single recently released under Suffarah Entertainment and Track Star Music Group is now available on iTunes.
AlanDon was born Alan Lynfatt in “Waterhouse” Kingston, Jamaica. His Dominant persona and charismatic attitude earned him the nickname AlanDon. As a youth everyone always referred to him as the “DON” (Nobility) thus his first name Alan was combined with Don to form his Monikeer “AlanDon”.
AlanDon later emigrated to America and settled in Hartford, Connecticut. His entertainment career began as a dancer with Bill Blacks. However that was short lived and AlanDon decided that entertaining people as an artist was more suitable for him. He began traveling to the studio and shows with one of Connecticut’s most notable artists, Gucci Flava. When Gucci Flava relocated back to Jamaica this event had a profound affect on AlanDon because Gucci was like a brother. AlanDon was able to find inspiration in recording music.
AlanDon has gained a lot of local support since being in the music business. He credits Earth Ruler Music Lab, Creepa Productions, RisingStarsTV.Net, local sound systems (Supa Hype), local radio stations (Busy Radio & Energy Radio), The Krime Scene Family and whole Hartford Community for supporting him. Since being in the business he has performed on the same stage with the likes of Beenieman, Bounty Killer, Jah Vinci, Mavado, Tarrus Riley & King Yellowman. AlanDon sites his musical influences as Vybz Kartel & The Empire, Gucci Flava & his Krime Scene Family.
AlanDon has recorded for major dancehall label/producers CashFlow Records (Glory Riddim & employer Riddim) and a variety of songs with several local producers like; Creepa Productions, Dirty Joker & Mario Wallace tunes like “Hurt Her”, “Mama”, “ More Money”, “Cold Like Ice” and “Get a Hype”.
Source: MPR Consulting