The Rum and Red Bull producer took a stroll down memory, noting that he first tried his hand at production with Beenie’s 2006 track Reverse Di Ting.
“Reverse Di Ting by @kingbeenieman was my first production in 2006. #Seanizzlerecords I was still in my teens 🤣🤣 Much respect and honor to @kingbeenieman for the continued support throughout my career!,” he said.
“I want to thank @author_wale for making this possible. Big up #Freewilly!!!! In the video @shellybellybermuda1,” he added.
Seanizzle’s Reverse riddim also featured Busy Signal’s Black and White Affair, Tony Matterhorn’s Sidung Pon It, and Ninjaman and Devonte’s Ragga Ragga. Seanizzle continued on a roll during the formative years of his career with the production of other riddims such as Outada, Split Personality, 47th Floor, and 90’s Don Dadda.
He has also recorded many songs for Dancehall singjay I-Octane, including Gal A Gimmi Bun, Hustlers Anthem, and Suh Good.
These days, Seanizzle has been endorsing Beenie’s Simma album as well as I-Octane’s Dancehall Gift—both of which he co-produced. The two albums were submitted for Grammy consideration in the Best Reggae Album category.
The producer, who has been in the game for almost 20 years, previewed his most recent project titled the 777 riddim. He alluded to the fact that he takes some much-needed space to accommodate his creative juices.
“Take time for yourself and embrace solitude. It encourages you to tune out distractions and contemplate your direction in life,” he noted as he posted a clip of himself vibing to his latest creation.