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Lyndon Andrews introduces L.A. Records, Media and Entertainment.

Lyndon Andrews, having studied with the Berklee College of Music, Boston and graduated from the University of Trinidad and Tobago in 2013 with certifications in Pro Tools 101 and Music Technology respectively, and spearheading a number of musical projects, now leads the team at L.A. Records, Media & Entertainment Services Limited.  Andrews is a classically trained musician from the Royal School of Music, London.
In 2014, Andrews produced the Monk Album; produced the theme song for Runway Dubai, the premier fashion event in the United Arab Emirates, and managed the media aspect of the event.  The success of that project led to him returning to Dubai in 2015 accompanied by Shurwayne Winchester who represented Trinidad and Tobago, where Andrews again managed the media aspect of Runway Dubai and was the DJ for the event.
The Pan A Roll Riddim was a major project of Mr. Lyndon Andrews in March 2016 when he collaborated with Isasha, JaMelody, Jaron Nurse, Emrand Henry from St. Lucia, Guitar Dan and Trevorn Turner.  Soon after, in October 2016, came the Howdy Riddim, which featured Swappi, Crazy, Revelation, Collis Duranty and the Millionaire Family.  He also mastered the Reminisce Riddim released in 2016, which featured JaMelody, Black Loyalty and MultiSymptom.
In November 2016, Andrews incorporated L.A. Records, Media & Entertainment Services Limited and took on a mandate to enrich the local music and entertainment landscapes.
The Riibirth Riddim produced by Andrews, released in June 2017, featured tracks by Isasha, King David, and other top local Reggae artistes, alongside the Grammy Nominated Jah Cure and International Reggae Icon Bushman.  The Riibirth became a global project, receiving airplay on a number of radio stations, online radio stations and YouTube channels, from the US and UK to Japan and Nigeria, and being featured on a host of Reggae and Dancehall websites.
Following the Riibirth, Andrews released the de LA Parang Riddim which featured both the King and Queen of Parang Soca, Crazy and Marcia Miranda, joined by other local artistes.
Lyndon Andrews has since worked with a number of local, regional and international acts, and hopes to continue putting forth music of the highest standard with his team at L.A. Records.

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