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Ce'Cile's Jamaicanization

Ce'Cile's Jamaicanization

Ce'Cile's Jamaicanization

By Ras Achis on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 - 1 comment

New single and album from one of Dancehall's most consistent lights.


Currently available on etailers is the latest single from Reggae/Dancehall diva, the very easy on the eyes Bad Gyal Ce'Cile - Singing This Song - from Kingstone Records. The catchy tune, which finds the artist celebrating the wonderful man in her life, is produced by Ben Bazzazian and is digitally distributed through the ultra-active Zojak Worldwide.

Singing This Song, of course, is only the warning shot from Ce'Cile's forthcoming and hotly anticipated full length album, 'Jamaicanization'. Also from Kingstone [and Zojak], the album is, arguably, her most high profile release to date and is also going to have a legitimate claim to being her finest piece of work to date. Along with the extensive work of Bazzazian, who helms much of the album, listeners can also look forward to well known pieces such as Woot Woot, Nah Stress Over Man, Step Aside and others which feature backing work from the likes of Tony 'CD' Kelly, Stephen McGregor, Chrome and Ce'Cile, herself.

Also, fans should delight with a trio of big combinations - Featuring oft-collaborator of Ce'Cile's, the impressive Christopher Martin, one of Europe's biggest Dancehall stars, Million Stylez and dominant lyricist, Agent Sasco [aka Assassin].

If you cannot wait at all, Singing This Song [with Accapella and clean riddim versions] is available now while 'Jamaicanization' - the brand new and scalding hot full release from Ce'Cile reaches stores on August 2.

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Posted by Reggae Gyals on 08.04.2011

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