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Dear Rayvon,
The International Association of Independent Recording Artists, IAIRA, recognizes and honors artistic achievement, technical proficiency, and overall excellence in sound recording by monitoring chart activity as published in various reporting charts from around the world. According to our research, on 10/02/2010 the above referenced release; Back It Up, by Rayvon, had attained The Number 2 Position on at least one of the charts monitored and verified by IAIRA. On the basis of that research, IAIRA has qualified the aforementioned release as eligible for Certification as an International 'Top 10'.
On behalf of the entire IAIRA staff and the Recording Arts Community at large, please accept our most sincere Congratulations and Best Wishes for your continued success!

IAIRA Research Team
- The International Association of Independent Recording Artists


Hear My Cry(Album), Party Vibes, Girl Jacki, Terminal Gate ,Stallion Ride(ft Rhonda Davis), Munchies For Love, Hear My Cry, Old Foot(ft Shaggy), Some People ,Mommy Dearest, Get Up Stand Up(ft Mxi Priest,Shaggy), Stranger n Love,Pretty, My Bad(Album) Story Of My Life, My Bad,Chronic, Play Boy Bunny,2 Way, Hit n Run,In The Winter Time,I'LL Die For You, Time Too Shine,Nice n Easy , Do You Wana Ride ,Danger Zone, English Pound, Summer Time(ft Sting and Shaggy), Angel (ft Shaggy) ,Big Up(ft Shaggy), Safe Sex No Freeks(ft Mad Lion and Risksta),No Guns No Murder,Nice and Lovely(ft shaggy) ,Angel(ft Shaggy ,Bashment Party(ft Red Fox), Demolition Man(ft Shaggy), Safe Sex No Freeks(ft Funk Master Flex), Out Of Control(ft Shaggy),Brooklyn Girls(ft Frankie Cutlass),Highest Grade, Cal On Me(ft Elephant Man) A which Girl(ft Red Fox) NEW ABUM "RAYVON"



Best known for his award-winning, chart-topping work with Jamaican star Shaggy and once dubbed by the legendary James Brown as the “reggae Usher” Barbados born/Brooklyn raised Rayvon who gave us memorable hooks on hit songs “Angel” and “In the Summertime” has
released his self-titled solo album Rayvon featuring production from Jah Snowcone, Ali Cat & Carl “Beaver” Henderson who is credited with the blazing new single“Back It Up” which was recently performed on The Mo'Nique Show.

Here is the re-cap of interview: http://www.bet.com/video/themoniqueshow/guestrewind/monique2102-rayvon-s1.html

Most artists dream of a career that spans over a decade boasting
international accolades, chart-topping hits, and underground classics; Barbadian-born/ Brooklyn-raised Rayvon has garnered this success and more while affectionately being dubbed the “ambassador of hip-hop reggae.”
Having shared the stage with monolithic icons The Rolling Stones and Michael Jackson his pop-infused Caribbean flavor has paved the way for the next generation of Barbadian recording artists such as Rihanna, Shontelle, and Jaicko. Rayvon’s eponymous third album. Rayvon features track work from heavyweights such as Jah Snowcone (Sean Paul, Vybz Kartel) as well as the production prowess of Danny Champagne, Ali Cat, and Carl “Beaver” Henderson. The first single “Back it Up” is a hard-edged pulsating groove that will have
guys jumping and ladies gyrating. From “Hustle and Flow” to the pop reggae lilt of “Wedding Song,” the album result is an explosive collection of sonic heavy hitters (“Riding Skill”), Euro dance (“Private Dancer”), and his patented brand of hip-hop reggae (“Get Money,” “Bang Bang”). To date, “Back It Up” has garnered Rayvon an International Association of Independent Recording Artists (IAIRA) award and ranked in at No. 1 on Indie- Music.com’s top 25 for 2011. The second single “One N Only” is swiftly giving chase at No. 2.

Rayvon is probably best known for his work with multi-platinum selling vocalist Shaggy. The two began collaborating on a string of tunes in the 90’s which culminated in the Sting Int’l produced regional hit “Big Up.” Rayvon says, “We both got our break with that record. It put us in the reggae/dancehall spotlight. I had a smooth-edged style of singing and he had that rough DJ style. The chemistry was amazing.” Rayvon was also featured covering The Melodians' classic “Rivers of Babylon” on the B-side of Shaggy’s 1993 hit “Oh
Carolina” The following year Rayvon’s solo star began to brighten with the release of his hip-hop reggae classic “No Guns, No Murder” (produced by Funkmaster Flex) on the venerable VP Records. The track hit a trifecta on
Billboard, ranking in simultaneously on the Hot 100, Rap Singles, and R&B/ Hip-Hop Songs charts. VP issued the follow up “Pretty (Before I go To Bed),” which quickly impacted the Billboard’s Rap Singles chart. Rayvons’ career trajectory accelerated in 1995 when he recorded the island-tinged duet “In The Summertime” from Shaggy’s platinum, Grammy award-winning album Boombastic. The song was a cover of Mungo Jerry’s 1970 hit and following in its original success Shaggy’s version with the help of Rayvon reached No. 3 on
Billboard’s Hot 100 and No. 5 in the UK while also featured in various major motion pictures and television series. Rayvon spent the next few years diligently releasing underground singles including “Bashment Party,” which positioned itself on Billboard’s Rap Singles chart. In 2001 he lent his vocals to yet another smash Shaggy duet “Angel,” from the 6x Platinum seller Hotshot. This time, the duo topped Billboard’s Hot 100 and took home an American Music Award for the wildly successful tune. Rayvon appeared with Shaggy in the national spotlight
on shows like Live w/ Regis & Kelly, Saturday Night Live, Jay Leno, David Letterman and All My Children. The song has since clocked in at 18 million views on YouTube and has been certified gold and platinum around the world. Rayvon says, “People have grown up with the classic songs I’ve done over the years. People want to hear Reggae because it's feel good music. Feel good music will never die.” Rayvon previously released two solo albums including Hear My Cry (Virgin Records 1997) and My Bad (Big Yard Music/MCA Records 2002). Though hopes were high for his impressive debut album, it largely hovered under the radar in a whirlpool of label politics. “I came out in a year where it was like a small dog among big dog. Virgin released albums by UB40, Janet Jackson, Rolling Stones, and the Spice Girls that same year. I was caught in that whole whirlwind.” The release of “2-Way” off the sophomore effort reached No. 10 on BET’s 106 & Park countdown and chimed in on Billboard’s R&B/ Hip-Hop Songs chart. The title track “My Bad” stands at 84 thousand views on YouTube, featured a cameo from cohort Shaggy and boasted No. 1 at Top 40

Rayvon’s new video on “Back It Up”