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  • Writer's picture Shaquille Richards

Rising Innovation: A Spotlight on Producer Jugist Music

Starting from initial inspiration and bonding with Skybad, to crafting collaborative projects alongside talents such as Nklyne and Jquan


Jugist, Rising Producer making waves in the Jamaican music industry


In Jamaica, where the music scene thrives with vibrancy, Winston 'Jugist' Uter emerges as a true trailblazer. His passion for music coupled with technological savvy culminated in the creation of Jugist Music, a pioneering platform in the Jamaican music industry.


Winston's musical journey commenced in his formative years, captivated by the surrounding rhythms and melodies. His fascination with beats and harmonies laid the groundwork for his future endeavors in music. Reflecting on his early inspiration, he remarks, "I have always wanted to contribute to the music industry and seeing that I was not going to take the artiste route seriously had to do so in another way but it was Skybad who convinced me that producing was the way to go."


It was during his tenure at Knox Community College that Uter crossed paths with Christopher 'SkyBad' Wright, a seasoned music producer. Together, they formed Vybz Squad, a collaborative venture dedicated to music creation and sharing. Under SkyBad's mentorship, Winston honed his production skills, delving into the intricacies of music creation.



Their collaboration flourished with the release of the "Clear Conscience Riddim," featuring standout tracks like Nklyne's 'I Miss You,' Jquan's contributions, and the debut of rising star Starii Musiq. This compilation, characterized by captivating rhythms and soulful melodies, garnered widespread acclaim, shining a spotlight on Jugist Music's influential prowess.


As Jugist Music continues to evolve, Winston remains steadfast in his commitment to innovation and exploration. With a roster of talented artists and an unwavering dedication to excellence, Jugist Music is poised to leave an indelible mark on the Jamaican music scene for years to come.

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