Last night, Wayne Wonder appeared on FOX Miami’s Deco Drive Show to discuss his long-awaited album My Way and how proud he is of Jamaica’s track team in the Olympics.
5 years deep, 12 albums strong, the GRAMMY-nominated reggae pop star will unleash his first album in six years, My Way, available in early Fall on his own label Singso Music. Recorded in his primary residency of Florida as well his native country of Jamaica, Kingston meets Miami on this 14-track opus of tropical pop anthems and sexy club bangers. My Way features guest vocals from Shaggy on “Don’t Say No” and r&b sensation Mya on “If I Ever.” While Wonder breathes new life to his sound, he stays true to his signature blend of irresistible island rhythms, catchy hooks and flawless vocals. This is the winning formula that catapulted him to the national spotlight in 2003: earning him a live performance on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, a MOBO Award for Best New Reggae Artist, one of year’s biggest hits “No Letting Go” (peaking at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart) and a GRAMMY nomination for Best Reggae Album on No Holding Back (Atlantic Records).
2012 TOUR SCHEDULE:
Fri. Aug 10 @ Opium Nightclub Hard Rock in Hollywood, Florida
Sat Aug 11 @ Private Event in Los Angeles
Sat, Aug 18 @ Lugogo Cricket Oval in Kampala, Uganda
Sat, Sept 1 @ Pulse 48 in Brooklyn, NY
Thurs, Sept 6 @ Mingles Cafe in Bronx, NY
Sat, Sept 22 @ Dunns River Island Cafe in Tampa, FL
Sat, Nov 10 @ Malibu Fun Spot, Castle Coakley, Christiansted, St. Croix (USVI)