Kingston, Jamaica (December 31 2010) — Clothing designer and producer, Romeich Major is at it again with his Table Fi Table rhythm.
The rhythm which has taken the local and Caribbean airwaves by storm with songs including, Aidonia’s Nuh Par Wid, Chino McGregor’s Tun It Up An’ Done, Ding Dong and Ravers Clavers’ Table Fi Table, Konshens with A How Come, T.O.K. with Christmas Money, Versatile featuring Fambo’s Money Again, Matterhorn and Richie Feelings with Last Sex Symbol and more.
Romeich says he is pleased with the exceptional response thus far and says fans can look out for more. “The riddim was released a few weeks ago and so far people have really taken on to the songs. The first song I released from the riddim was the TOK Christmas Money track and it took off, and I released the other tracks soon after in time for Christmas. All the songs have a different vibe to them but all have a mad party vibe that people can really dance and party to.”
Romeich who is also known for his previous riddims, Bank In A Pocket featuring Versatile’s Bank Inna Mi Pocket, Bounty Killer’s Tired and more, the Stage Mix Riddim and Feel So Good Riddim has also been making major strides with his clothing line.
The multi-talented young man not only designed most of the artistes’ outfits for this year’s Reggae Sumfest, but he also designed all the corporate wear for Wisynco, Guinness, Red Stripe and more for the event. He went on to also design all the corporate outfits and those artistes donned for this year’s prestigious Guinness Greatness In Concert staged in October at the National Stadium.
Still, that not all. Romeich is also the design maverick behind the outfits seen in telecommunications giant, LIME’s advertisements, and if anyone has seen the LIME staff, they will recognize Romeich’s signature touch. Hard to believe, but that’s still not all the designer-turned-producer has been up to. He is also the designer behind Mr. G’s ‘swaggerific’ outfit in the Claro advertisement.
Romeich says, “It’s hard work but I love what I do. Sometimes I don’t sleep for days, but it’s worth it. Anybody who has ever worked with me knows I’m a perfectionist. If I’m putting my name on something I want it to be the best and not only that, but these outfits cost money, so I want the persons wearing them to get their money’s worth. When people wear a Romeich outfit, not only is it a one-of-a-kind outfit, it’s also very well made.”
Romeich says fans can look out for more outfits and riddims from him over the next few weeks
Source: Blueprint PR and Promotions JA