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Our Artists

New Jack Riddims of the YARD!


Dancehall, Hip-Hop, Culture

Born Horace Latouche in the parish of Portland on the northeast coast of the island of Jamaica, he came from a musical family and always knew music would be his destiny in life. As a singer and producer, Latouche began with community shows, television competitions and rocking the “dubplate” scene in the UK. The name “Florish” comes from his vision to see the world as better and safer. “My goals are to be very successful and influential, bringing forth happiness to the people and my culture; I want the audience to feel my music.” Florish runs down the super sexy track “In A U Love."

It’s Our Turn!


Reggae and R & B

Identical twins Mahellia and Mickhella Tomlinson represent an electrifying and fresh contribution to the community of Kingston 13. After attending Ascot High School, the twins began working in various studios providing background vocals for Informative Historyman’s “Daddy Marcus” and Natural Substance’s “Hoping for a Better Tomorrow.” INI Records International is pleased to present Double T’z debut recording “Rise Up!” This release is an anthem for women all over the world to walk, work, love and be loved equally with no regrets. “Our goal is not only to bring our names across to people and the world, but teach and tell stories of faith to make people happy.”

Kingston 13... From Nothing to Something!


Dancehall and POP

Young DJ Hot Bagga came to the public attention in 2017 with several dance tracks on the mix tape circuit. His fresh sound caught the attention of dancehall fans across Jamaica who were drawn to his unique delivery. Coming from the community of Old Harbor, he was influenced by the music of Buju Banton, Bounty Killer and Yellow Man. He became a regular feature on sound system in the community such as Jam Beat and soon teamed up with young producer Demo G to produce the INI Records International release “GYAL A WINE.” Hott Bagga is a very ambitious DJ with hopes to become an outstanding artist that represents Jamaica in the finest light. “When I performing, I want my audience to feel the realness of my song." His “Mia Drink All Night” is a dancehall best.

A Good Thing Coming!


Reggae and Culture

INI Records International is happy to have seasoned artists on its roster. Finnigan is one who has recorded, toured and performed with the best reggae music has produced. He was an early dancehall artist and member of the pioneering duo Papa Finnigan and Junior Rankin. Finnigan has recorded for Technique Records, High Times Records and American record label, Heart Beat Records. Now with INI Records International, “Friends” and “Jah Love” have the classic sounds for die-hard “old school” fans of reggae music. “My vision for reggae music, as an artist, is to make the world a better place with love. As a performer, l want the audience to feel as much love as possible. If I can do so, then I am happy.”

 We Got You... One Love!


Reggae and  Culture 

When you think of important voices in the history of reggae music: Bob Marley, Rita Marley, Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown, Maxi Priest, Sly and Robbie, to name a few, culturally speaking, Informative Historyman has contributed his observations of historical events, shaping his awareness and using music as a channel to express his concerns. Influenced by Mutabaruka Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer and Garnet Silk, Historyman has produced a number of recordings world-wide that speak to solutions of humankind. “I will use my music to uplift the minds of people all over the world, as we all know that music is a vehicle to transport message as a voice for the voiceless.” His INI Records International releases “Bob Marley Story” and “Heart Desire” represents the classic roots sound of reggae music.


Reggae and Culture

Coming from the Kingston 13 community, which has a rich history of culture and has influenced many world-wide, Steve Tulloch continues that tradition of message in reggae music. In his early career, he was a background singer at Studio One supporting Jonny Osbourne as he was charting his career. Later, Steve was mentored by producer George Meegham, recording his first song “Ghetto Life.” Steve Tulloch has evolved, without fear, as a speaker for the people with his INI Records International releases: “Ready Fe Them,” “Throw Them Out” and “Belly Want Food.” These are very powerful songs that are reminiscent of the messages from Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Steel Pulse and Burning Spear. “It is important that my music impact the world, making a difference, something meaningful. I want everyone who listens to my music to be able learn from it and uplift themselves.”


The community of Kingston 13, located in the eastern region of the island of Jamaica, has a few names: Greenwich Town and Trench Town. However, whatever it's called, the community is clearly the birthplace of reggae music. This music community centered in Kingston, which is the capitol of Jamaica, has produced: Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Delroy Wilson, Adana Edwards,  Junior Braithwaite, Cynthia Schloss, Dean Francis and Ernest Ranglin, Toots and the Maytals. These were just a few artists that resided in Kingston 13. Others who migrated there to record included: Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd, Duke Reid, Prince Buster, Marcia Griffiths, Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt, Bob Andy, John Holt, Dennis Brown, Horace Andy, Don Drummond, 

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and King Tubby.

Now, INI Records International brings to the music world a new group from Kingston 13; both new and experienced. An inter-generational cohort that will continue to produce the finest reggae, dancehall, reggaeton, and rocksteady music for everyone to enjoy.