Don Corleon Records
Don Corleon Records is a Jamaican record label and production company founded by Nicholas “Don Corleon” Murray. The label has been active since the early 2000s and has released music from some of the biggest names in the reggae and dancehall genres, including Sean Paul, Protoje, Jah Cure, and Tarrus Riley, among many others.
Don Corleon is known for his high-quality production style, which blends traditional reggae and dancehall rhythms with contemporary influences from hip hop and R&B. He has also been instrumental in the development of new talent in Jamaica, and the label has helped to launch the careers of artists such as Protoje and Kabaka Pyramid.
One of the most successful releases from Don Corleon Records is the “Changes” riddim, which featured hit songs from artists such as Jah Cure, Tarrus Riley, and Alaine. The label has also been responsible for producing popular albums such as Tarrus Riley’s “Parables” and Protoje’s “The 8 Year Affair.”
Overall, Don Corleon Records has played an important role in shaping the sound of contemporary reggae and dancehall music enjoyed by fans all over the world.