Singer Sadiki To Release Pop Single “Tears In Heaven (Acoustic Version)”
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Singer Sadiki “Tears In Heaven (Acoustic Version)”
Kingston, JM January, 12 2012 - Singer/songwriter/producer Sadiki will release his new Pop single “Tears In Heaven (Acoustic Version)” - a song made classic by Eric Clapton. The single is slated for release on January 15th on the Skinny Bwoy Jamaica label.
The single is produced, recorded and mixed by Sadiki. It utilizes a Hip-Hop beat that blends perfectly with the poppy sounding acoustic guitar and smooth vocal delivery. Sadiki said, “The music market is totally open, I've never been one to limit myself musically, so a Pop single is all in a day's work.
You never know, I might just do a whole album of songs in this vein.” So far the single has been received extremely well at radio getting strong spins at Stony Brook Long Island’s WUSB, BBC UK, FM Yokohama in Japan, Basement Radio in Belgium, BigupRadio.com (California) and Cruffycast.com (Belize) internet radio.
The artist has also been busy with other projects, his track “Before The Time” is featured on the new Kemar Flava McGregor release Club Dance riddim (which just entered the Top 10 chart on iTunesUK). That project also features Sinead O'Connor, Nadine Sutherland, Chalice plus more artists.
Recently, he performed alongside Chalice at Redbones the Blues Café in New Kingston. Along with performer duties Sadiki doubles as artist manager (managing the careers of Chalice, Eric Monty Morris and Rocksteady group The Tennors).Click Here to Preview “Tears In Heaven (Acoustic Version)”
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