Renegade musician and producer Tray Deuce has transcended all boundaries of expectation with his new hit single titled, "Handcuffed (feat. Jay Marshall, Akeem Shell and Martin Way)". Produced by Ron Westray and Martin Way. Co-Produced by Terrance Pender. Download on iTunes
Hip Hop Artist Tray Deuce releases a single song titled, "Reality Check" featuring: Tray Deuce, Jay Marshall, John Jacobs, Akeem Shell and produced by Ron Westray and Co-Produced by Martin Way. This song is available on iTunes, Google Play, the BCR Store and more...
Renegade musician and producer Tray Deuce has transcended all boundaries of expectation with the Hit Single, "Creep Night".
MC Wiz, John Jacobs and KO Da Noble. Produced by Ron Westray and Executive Producer Terrance Pender.
"Creep Night Singles" features three versions (Explicit, Clean, Instrumental) available at the Blue Canoe Records Online Store
* Download the Singles Album
* Download the Video
Note: On January 1, 2016 - this EP is now available at all leading Digital Retail Outlets (iTunes, Amazon, Google Music, Spotify+).
Note: On March 24, 2016 - Tray Deuce is giving away a FREE Mix Tape titled, "Out The Box". You may download it directly from Tray.
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One of the most highly regarded trombonist of his generation, Ron Westray continues to expand upon the legacy set before him with his CD release, "Medical Cures For The Chromatic Commands Of The Inner City".
Ron's work as an instructor, mentor, recording artist and leader, has earned him world-wide recognition. Ron is perhaps best known for his work as lead trombonist in the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra conducted by Wynton Marsalis, as well as his collaborative effort with Wycliffe Gordon, Marcus Roberts and the Charles Mingus Big Band. Now Ron Westray brings his compositional vision and improvisational skills to his latest CD effort, "Medical Cures For The Chromatic Commands Of The Inner City". Featuring Ryan Kisor on trumpet, Walter Blanding Jr. on tenor saxophone, Eric Revis on Double Bass, Montez Coleman on drums and Tony Suggs on keyboards.
While "Medical Cures..." is a groove based recording, its steeped in a rich traditional jazz history, yet with a modern contemporary appeal. "The idea behind the recording" states Ron, "was to compose a jazz/hip hop score and live iteration of the evolution of hip hop and jazz. I became a jazz musician, but I searched on the concept of why jazz couldn't be as popular as funk. Medical Cures is that answer" sites Ron. Song's like "Fuzzy Dice", "The Jiggy" and "Bumpsie's Got it" will have the listener dancing to the vibe while enjoying lush, rich harmonies from this stellar ensemble of players. Mr. Westray's compositional achievements allow him a notable position among jazz composers, additionally his accomplishments on the trombone showcase him as a virtuoso instrumentalist.
Ron has recorded as a sideman on labels such as Columbia, Sony Classical, and RCA Novus and his accomplishments in the field have gained him exposure in publications such as Ebony, Essence, Downbeat, JazzTimes, Life Magazine and The New Yorker. Fan's of Ron Westray's earlier works and collaborations won't leave the listener disappointed. If "Medical Cures For The Chromatic Commands Of The Inner City" is any indication into Ron's vision, courage and longevity; Mr. Westray has a bright future indeed.