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CeCile - Jamaicanization

CeCile - Jamaicanization

CeCile - Jamaicanization

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Ce'Cile more radio-friendly than ever on Jamaicanization.


Jamaican singjay Ce’Cile is (in)famous for her lewd lyrics and sexy appearance. Tunes such as Give it To Me (about oral sex) and the Sean Paul duet Can You do di Wuk explains it all.

CeCile - JamaicanizationBut for her sophomore album 'Jamaicanization' she is cleaner than ever, and this album showcases a sexy yet mature sound.

'Jamaicanization' is a diverse set consisting of 17 tunes (whereof one is a spoken intro by Rory of Stone Love Movement). It ranges from straight modern one drop reggae to ska inspired dancehall, as in Want More.

German Ben Bazzazian has produced the majority of the album, an album that includes no less than 13 exclusives. Other producers include Stephen McGregor, Tony “CD” Kelly and Shaggy.

Ce’Cile is still outspoken, but her lyrics aren’t blunt or lewd. Her singing is seductive, energetic and melodic. And several songs could reach high on both dance charts and radio charts around the globe. Check Up on the Dancefloor to get in a weekend party mood.

But 'Jamaicanization' also offers honey drenched pop melodies, great harmonies and hooks that would make Rihanna and Nicki Minaj envious. OK With You, Cheater or Where You Want Me will hopefully appeal to a urban music fans.

The best highlights are however the Agent Sasco duet Hey with its infectious groove and sing-a-long chorus or Singing This Song with its video game-like keyboards.

With 'Jamaicanization' Ce’Cile has shown that she’s a force that could put up a fight with U.S. RnB artists for the top spots in the urban music charts.

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