July 19, 2010
BADGYAL READY FOR SUMFEST
Having taken off the summer from touring to concentrate on promotions and Recording New Singles for the Jamaican Base Market badgyal Ce'Cile has strategically placed herself in top section of the current female dancehall pack and is ready to showcase herself on this the biggest Reggae Festival in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest.
This summer is Ce'Cile's first full break in five years from her yearly European Summer tour and the badgyal is hotter than ever.
Armed with a slew of new, exciting and hot singles Ce'Cile will no doubt be reminding her fans why she has been a consistent and prolific artist for the past ten years.
“I am very excited to actually be able to do Sumfest this year Ce'Cile said, i have missed it for the past four or five years but i think i am doing it at the right time”.
“While i have always maintained my presence in Jamaica, i have not been on every show, all the time, so my fans should be genuinely be happy to see me”.
Touted as the hottest come back artist for 2010, word on the street is that Ce'Cile is definitely the hottest female dancehall act right now with fresh tunes, fresh sound and fresh topics. Having been called controversial since her song "Changes" Ce'Cile is living up to the moniker with her provoking single "Coffee" (Wallabeez : MataO Music) which is receiving some heavy rotation on radio, clubs and dancehall. The Badgyal also heats up the airwaves with the ladies Anthem "No Stress over Man" (Street Bullies: Big Yard) "Love him fi You" (Almshouse: Ballaz) "Like A Virgin" (Get Fresh - Birchill) "Tek Your Man" (Rail up - Sankofa) "Baby Go" (Gala: Don Corleon) and "Show Me Your Motion" feat Liquid (Bank Robbers: Corleon)
Ever the chameleon, Ce'Cile continues to represent on the Reggae side with her sultry smooth reggae ballads including the sexy "Anything (Cook fi You: Corleon Records) The video was recently shot by Dexter 3D Pottinger and is on rotation on all TV and Cable stations across Jamaica and on Tempo which is aired in 28 Countries. Other reggae songs includes "Home Tonight" (Feelings: Don Corleon) and "When You're Gone" (Cardiac Bass: Chrome) "Take My Heart" (Major n MInor: Don Corleon)
Ce'Cile has just returned from Trinidad where she performed alongside Beenie Man, Busy Signal, Macka Diamond and Bunji Garlin. Her next stop is Sumfest then off to Tortola. The Badgyal keeps going...