With a career spanning more than 20 years, Jamaica’s premiere artist, Singing Melody warms the market for his 6th studio through the release of his new single “Collide.”
Produced by Lynford ‘Fatta’ Marshall, the veteran Lovers Rock crooner takes his core audience on a musical journey where they experience a newer mature sound. Not only do they experience a newer sound, they also meet Singing Melodies newest fans who appreciate the artists’ music tapestry.
"Collide is an amazing song that tells a story of a couple who are in love but have problems communicating and that drives them apart but eventually they reunite. Two years ago Fatta came to me to do that song and I ended up doing a demo for it but never completing the project until recently. Initially I didn't want to put a cover song on this album but I have some of the most loyal fans in the business who have stayed with me and supported me over the years and so I decided to give them a gift in the form of a Free single thus Colliding or reuniting with my fans".
Listening sessions in Jamaica reveal that fans favour the direction Melody’s music is taking, prompting the artist to warm the marketplace for the release of his sixth studio album, ‘They Call Me Mr. Melody.’
Produced by Shem Music Productions (Melody’s record label), the album boasts 14 tracks and music production from Singing Melody, Grammy Award winning Tony “CD” Kelly, Lynford “Fatta” Marshall, Skatta Barrel, Donovan Germaine (responsible for the success in Grammy Award winning Buju Banton’s career) as well as Shady. Together, this collective of producers introduce fans to a smooth mature sound with themes of Love, perseverance and hope for a better tomorrow.
According to Ruby Robinson, President of Shem Music Productions "We are really happy with the product and so too are many industry veterans who have openly lauded the efforts of Melody on a job well done". With plans to shoot a video for "Collide" already in the pipeline Singing Melody is now gearing up for a rigorous promotional campaign aimed at re-branding the singers image to include that of a younger audience while maintaining the sheer sophistication of a true pioneer.
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