Two of the most creative minds in the business, collaborate for “SMYLE” this one celebrates the things we love most about or culture, love, happiness and music.
Teddyson John is no stranger to music, it is no surprise that St. Lucia’s own is ready for the world stage with tunes like “Allez”. John delivers a powerful message, “the path that I chose comes with battles to fight, as long as I am living my future is shaping…” The song accompanies an equally uplifting video. Nonetheless, the season just started and we will continue to watch how the people respond to this tune outside of St. Lucia.
Coming out of a very successful Carnival 2015 season, adding her electrifying fuse of Rnb into soca with her popular track which was entitled “Like it” and qualifying into the Semi Finals of the International Groovy Soca Monarch, was a huge impact by Canadian born and Trinidadian roots-artist Faith Antoine.
Tiyarro finds another favourite for the ladies, the dancehall artist as teamed up with Jepo Max Music again to craft yet another masterpiece following the success of “Love How You Whine” a single released early last year which recieved massive love and support throughout Europe and the Caribbean diaspora.
Atlantic’s international dancehall recording artist Kranium has announced early details of his new special project. “RUMORS” drops everywhere on Friday, October 16th. When asked what fans should expect from this body of work Kranium explains, “It’s like a soap opera, from track one to twelve it plays out like a full daytime drama in a Dancehall/ Reggae music sound format.”
Recorded earlier this year in New York City, “RUMORS” sees Kranium teaming up with two of contemporary reggae, dance, and pop’s most acclaimed new producers, including Brooklyn’s Ricky Blaze (Gyptian’s “Hold you,” Rihanna and Major Lazer) and longtime collaborator Lamar “LMR Pro” Reynolds. Kranium is determined to bridge the gap between mainstream urban audiences with that of the Caribbean/core audience. If anyone has the ability to do that right now it would be him due to his fun and vivacious sound and pension to add vibrancy to the dancehall scene.