Jamaican Indie Label In Florida Gets Rights to Prince’ Purple Rain

SOUTH FLORIDA – R&B/Pop Recording Artist, Ayron Michael, debuts the official reggae remix of “Purple Rain produced by Platinum producer Kemar McGregor.

The new reggae remix is set to officially make its debut on July 22, 2016 globally through popular worldwide music label, FM Records

“Purple Rain” was originally written, recorded and released by legendary music icon, Prince.

“We are pleased to announce this new version and release of ‘Purple Rain’ performed with vocals by Ayron Michael. We believe we have something special here that will excite reggae music fans.  We want to express our gratitude to the estate of musical icon, Prince, for their approval of our project release of ‘Purple Rain’ and we look forward to sharing this new music honoring Prince’ legacy with the world,” says Kemar McGregor, Producer and President of FM Records, LLC.

Kemar McGregor
Kemar McGregor

Kemar McGregor

As a multi-platinum producer, Kemar McGregor has produced four CDs that have landed on the Billboard Reggae Albums charts. McGregor is a three time Juno Award nominated music producer.


Ayron Michael

Ayron Michael is an R&B/ Pop recording artist and model on the rise. A native of Ft. Pierce, Florida, Ayron Michael is a multi-talented singer/songwriter with power vocals that present raw soulful interpretations to music as a power vocalist.

His professional mentors include James Watkins(TLC) and Kemar McGregor (FM Records).  His artistic and musical influences include Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Prince and Elton John.

As a model, Ayron Michael recently was spotted by industry execs in Los Angeles leading to a tour de force photo shoot in West Hollywood, California featuring an all exclusive collection of men’s apparel by the global designer men’s store Ben Sherman.

FM Records LLC is an American-based record label specializing in pop-reggae and dubstep music.

FM Records is currently considered the market leader in pop-reggae recordings.

FM Records has produced scores of hit singles for the most legendary artists in the reggae world including: Maxi Priest, Marcia Griffiths, Beenie Man, Wayne Wonder, Capleton, Gregory Isaacs, Sugar Minott, Barrington Levy, Sanchez, Freddie McGregor, Half Pint, Morgan Heritage, Beres Hammond, Buju Banton, Nadine Sutherland, Tanya Stephens, Sizzla, Glen Washington, Cocoa Tea, Alborosie, Richie Stephens, Gentleman, Anthony B, Luciano, Etana, Gyptian, Janet Kay and Carroll Thompson, among many others.





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