There is an old saying that says success breeds success and CEO of Human Rights Productions Kevin McLean believes this to be true. The producer/artiste manager whose label recently scored it’s first number one hit with Vybz Kartel’s thought proving reggae track titled Yeah Though I Walk, is very happy with the success that his label has enjoyed in recent times.
Yeah Though I Walk spent two weeks in the number one spot on the Jamaica Music Countdown reggae chart and is currently holding firm in the number three position, after a total of twenty-one weeks on the chart.
In a release to the press Mr McLean stated that he is very confident that the success of Yeah Though I Walk will lead to even greater things for his company. He also said that he and his production team is currently working on several projects which will be released soon.
Also high on the agenda for McLeans’s Human Rights Productions is the continued promotion of Kashu who is signed to the label. McLean said that the label is one hundred percent behind the Kashu’s career and will continue to focus on the development of his career.
Kashu is currently getting strong support on the airwaves with songs such as Mi Amor and Orders which is currently in the number fifteen position the Jamaica Music Countdown reggae chart.