Busy Weekend In The US For Singer Sophia Brown
Reggae singer/ songwriter Sophia Brown is set to perform at the upcoming American Cancer Society event billed 'Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk', to be held on Sunday at Bushnell Park in Hartford, Connecticut.
The event, which is expected to pull upwards of 10,000 patrons, will help raise funds for groundbreaking breast cancer research, life-saving education, and critical patient services.
"I am very, very excited to perform at this important charity event given the devastating impact that breast cancer has had on the lives of millions of women globally. I have been all over the world, performed at a lot of big shows, but now it's all about giving back, so I'm doing shows like this to support causes that are near and dear to my heart," she said.
Brown is also looking forward to performing at the Hard Rock Cafe today in Hartford, Connecticut.
Chuck Fenda's 'Concrete Jungle' Set to Catch a Fire
Reggae artiste Chuck Fenda is excited about the October 14 release of his latest album, Concrete Jungle.
The 14-track album, which will be distributed by Zojak worldwide, includes songs such as Concrete Jungle, That Place, Natty Dread, Cry Fi Yuh and features Morgan Heritage's Peetah Morgan, Etana, Sister Sasha and R&B new sensation Somong.
"In this era of music, it's easy to go with what's trending and risky to express your thoughts and views and lose yourself in all the hype. I wanted to create a work of art that was me, my thoughts and my reality. From the camera of my mind, this is 14 pictures bound together in one album named after the place it was created, Concrete Jungle.
Concrete Jungle will be launched in Jamaica and will be available in all digital music stores soon.
Nourish eyes breakthrough with Cosmic Lover
Reggae singer Nourish is ready to take his career to the next level.
The Boston-based entertainer who, originally hails from Portland, Jamaica, is confident that his recently released Cosmic Lover will have a significant impact on reggae music lovers worldwide.
"This tune is going to be a hit. I'm getting positive feedback about it from many international DJs and all my fans who have heard it so far have given it the thumbs up," he said.
Known for reggae ballads such as Good Man and Woman I Love You, Nourish says his latest single "is an excellent song".
"It was skilfully written and arranged and recorded on a very good rhythm. it's great production. I don't see any reasons why my fans won't like it. as a matter of fact, I firmly believe that anyone who loves good reggae music and Jamaican culture will love Cosmic Lover for sure."
Cosmic Lover was produced by Kemar 'Flava' McGregor.