Cherine, the multi-talented Dancehall-Soul ‘rebel’ is making strides as one of the most refreshing young acts on the dancehall/reggae scene. She is expanding her horizons by releasing not one but seven new singles ahead of the summer’s exciting party period.
Showing that she is more than versatile, Cherine varies her musical styles with these new singles. The independent women anthem “Make up Sex” is the first single to hit the streets and is already receiving strong support from fans across the globe. Cherine turns up the heat in the must see video “Make up Sex”, which reveals a side of the songbird that most fans have never seen.
Cherine continues to rock the airwaves with the radio friendly hit “Rebel”, a collaboration she co-wrote and performs with dj Danielle (DI). The Sly & Robbie produced hit “Rebel” is currently climbing several charts such as the Jamaica Music Countdown, and is currently # 5 on TVJ’s Entertainment Report Video Chart, #3 on Hype TV’s VTX Chart and recently entered FIWI Choice, CVM TV Hitlist as well as Carib Vibez TV Top Ten Video Charts.
“Fade 2 Black” and “We Don’t Stop” produced by U.I.M and Dancehall Soul Productions respectively, addresses issues being faced by many Jamaicans and have been added to radio play lists in countries such as Venezuela and Kenya.
Tribute to Japan
Wasting no time, Cherine gets ready to drop the awe-inspiring and heart touching single “More Left In You”, a tribute to the many lives lost in Japan’s catastrophic Tsunami. The song has been getting positive feedback and support from industry veterans such as Sly & Robbie, and is produced by Dancehall Soul Productions.
Fans can also look out for other hot new tunes on Dancehall Soul Productions such as “All I Want Is You” and ” Star A Mi Show (My Man Dat)”, which should find favor especially with her many independent and ‘honor-rebel’ female supporters.
After captivating both TV and in studio audiences with a remarkable one hour performance with her band on TVJ’s Layers of Soul recently, Cherine is gearing up for heavy promotion of her new singles. There is also a remix for “Make Up Sex” with one of MTV’s buzz worthy hip hop stars in the pipeline.