Singer, songwriter and fashion model Barbee sizzles with with her sexy new single “Feels So Good.” The song, inspired by Teddy Pendergrass’ rendition of the same name, solidifies Barbee’s status as a sexy, classy songstress with the ability to fuse soulful R&B with the classic rub-a-dub sounds of reggae and dancehall – a true homage to her hybrid American-Jamaican heritage.
The video sees two top directors at its helm with Ras Tingle and Rupert Campbell and the artist is very pleased with the outcome.”I like this video very much for various reasons,” reveals Barbee. “I was very involved in the making of the video, it was written by me, and I had a hand in the set and costume designing.”
“Feels So Good” was produced by Dean Fraser, whose production and presence made a positive impact on the entertainer. “I was very motivated in having senior professionals such as world renowned musician Dean Fraser producing the track and being present on set,” states Barbee. The single will definitely cultivate new fans for the artist, in addition to those from her previous hits – “Love You Anyway,” “Missing You” featuring Junior Kelly, and “Patty Cake” featuring Beenie Man.
Barbee is currently busy promoting the new single and video both in Jamaica and in America, and is making a cameo appearance in the Hollywook flick House Arrest, starring Stacey Dash and The Game. The single also gets its own feature as “Feels So Good” appears on the movie’s soundtrack, a stellar accomplishment as her career continues to blossom. Barbee also recently opened her very own music studio in Manhattan, called The Rare Diamond.