Singer Robert Minott’s latest single Right Man Fi Yuh has hit the local charts. The song has climbed two spots into the number 23 position on the Jamaica Music Countdown Top 25 Reggae Singles tally.
In a release to the media, an excited Minott expressed his pleasure at the song’s entry on the chart. “It’s a joy knowing that when you put something together then introduce it to the people and they accept it. I feel very good about this song and I would like to thank radio for the support and the television stations for playing the video. The supported is appreciated,” said Minott.
Right Man Fi Yuh was produced by Kirk Bennett, whose track record includes Tek Weh Yuhself by Mr. Vegas. “Kirk was visiting Houston, Texas and we got together musically and were vibing when the idea for the rhythm hit me so I suggested it to Kirk and he put the beat together. After listening to the beat for a while, the lyrics of the song came right away,” Minott explained the idea behind the song.
Minott who carved out a name as a show and event promoter over the years, successfully promoted events in Jamaica and Houston, Texas where he is based. His forthcoming singles include Silver Words, and an R&B flavoured ballad titled Love Struck. Love Struck is already garnering some attention at R&B radio stateside.
Minott is expected to release his debut album Night Shift towards the end of 2011.