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Love Letter by Cen'C Love

Love Letter by Cen'C Love

Love Letter by Cen'C Love

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Cen’C Love goes her own way.


In recent years several children of legendary reggae musicians have entered the stage – Omar Perry, Tarrus Riley and Queen Ifrica to name a few.

Cen'C Love - Love LetterNow it’s time for ex-Wailer Bunny Wailer’s daughter to drop her debut album entitled 'Love Letter', containing 13 songs with themes such as love and everyday life.

'Love Letter' is not as I had imagined it. As a daughter of a legendary roots singer, you would think that Cen’C Love would travel the same path. But no. This is not a roots album. Actually it’s not really a reggae album.

'Love Letter' is rather rooted in contemporary R&B and hip-hop spiced with some dancehall and jazz vibes. The first single Casanova gives a good view of how the album sounds – mellow, electronic and intimate, at times almost hymn like.

Cen’C Love’s laid back singing also contrasts nicely to the mild bombastic beats.

It may not be reggae, but if you like neo soul with some added Caribbean flavor then you should definitely check this album.

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