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Cecile new album Jamaicanization
Dancehall Reggae artiste Ce’Cile has release a new album called Jamaicanization.
The artiste also recently premiered the video for When You're Gone and Missing You.
She has also kicked off the Jamaicanization European Tour with performances at a host of festivals including Summer Jam, Juicy Beats Festival, Berlin Reggae Fest,Fest in the Park and Amsterdam Reggae Fest.
She has also released Jamaicaization on iTunes and via mobile APPs and according to the artiste So far the reviews have been excellent.
The album is, arguably, her most high profile release to date and is also going to have a legitimate claim to being her finest piece of work to date.
Along with the extensive work of Bazzazian, who helms much of the album, listeners can also look forward to well known pieces such as Woot Woot, Nah Stress Over Man, Step Aside and others which feature backing work from the likes of Tony 'CD' Kelly, Stephen McGregor, Chrome and Ce'Cile, herself.
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