Reggae singer Ammoye release new single 'Baby Its You'
Canadian reggae starlet Ammoye released her new single, “Baby It’s You,” Tuesday, January 15, 2013 on iTunes.
Her single – a tasty pop-radio rhapsody with an
alluring melody – was produced by Kemar ‘Flava’ McGregor in connection
with his recent campaign to spread the pleasures of pop-reggae music to a
Her latest offering explores the addiction of
love, and the delight of expressing appreciation toward a devoted
If that sounds soft and P.C. – it’s meant to
sound that way. She isn’t afraid to spread love openly. With “Baby
It’s You,” she and McGregor are collaboratively united in selling
upliftment to reggae audiences, and helping record-label officials to
understand that romantic pop-reggae is the future of the reggae genre.
Love it or hate it, you can’t deny that her new song is melodically
and culturally superior to everything the major labels are currently
”Basically, I want ‘Baby It's You’ to affect reggae
culture in a positive way – allowing the people to get an appreciation
of clean, inspirational love music from reggae,” she expressed. “I want
the consumers and the music execs to count this kind of music as viable,
necessary and important.”
Whether she’s crafting a nightclub anthem or crooning
a midnight serenade, she remains dedicated to her creative mission,
which is to popularize the status of love. She enjoys a
comfortable, homestyle environment when writing love songs – often
penning lyrics in her bedroom at night – which affords her the
relaxation required to arrange humanistic layers of melody and color.
“The feeling of being and knowing you’re in love is
like an addiction for me, and I truly love when I'm blessed with having
true love in my life,” She said. “I don't hide it...I share it.
Because of how this person makes me feel, it was easy for me to write
this song, and to express how I felt at the time. I’m simply saying that
I'm sure he's the one for me.”
Her musical résumé includes background-vocal
performances with jazz luminary Michael Bublé, and with Canadian pop
singers Kreesha Turner, Anjulie, Divine Brown, Corylee and Keshia
In 2009, two of her songs were featured on the MTV
Winter Olympics documentary, “Over The Bolts,” and she has performed as
an opening stage act for hip-hop celebrity B.O.B., and for reggae greats
Beenie Man, Beres Hammond, Serani, Gyptian, Gramps Morgan, Chaka Demus,
L.U.S.T., and the Easy-Star All Stars.
DOWNLOAD Ammoye Baby Its you here
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