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“True Singers: Sadiki meets Sandra Cross (UK)” Set For Worldwide Release on September 4
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“True Singers: Sadiki meets Sandra Cross (UK)” Set For Worldwide Release on September 4.
BIRMINGHAM, UK, AUGUST 24, 2012 – Jamaican reggae artist Sadiki and UK Lovers Rock Diva Sandra Cross will release a full-length collaborative effort, titled “True Singers: Sadiki meets Sandra Cross (UK)”, on Tuesday, September 4, 2012 on iTunes, Amazon and all other leading digital distributors.
The album’s 13 tracks, features production from Japan producer machaco, Sadiki, and co-productions from Sadiki & Lloyd Campbell.
Sadiki and Sandra met online and decided to work together on an album project. Sadiki flew to Barbados where Sandra resided at the time - 13 tracks were recorded in the space of a week. “Working with Sandra Cross is a blessing for any producer, her overall understanding of vocal techniques and harmonies made it really easy to produce the record,” said Sadiki.
Both Sadiki & Sandra Cross have released multiple albums and toured extensively. Sandra Cross is best known for her work with UK Producer Mad Professor and his Ariwa Label. Her resume includes chart-topping Lovers rock tunes in the UK, Japan and Europe. Sadiki is a three-time nominee for “Most Promising Entertainer” at the International Reggae and World Music Awards. His latest album, Lifeline (Skinny Bwoy/Joe Fraser), reached #1 on the Weekly Star charts and #2 on the Foundation Radio Network Charts in New York and Florida.
“True Singers: Sadiki meets Sandra Cross (UK),” will be released on the Skinny Bwoy Jamaica label through an exclusive deal with Structure Music Distribution.
True Singers: “Sadiki meets Sandra Cross (UK)” Track Listing 1.Believe (Sadiki & Sandra Cross) 2.Hold Me Tight (Sadiki) 3.Baby I’m Yours (Sandra Cross) 4.In Your Arms (Sadiki) 5.Gimme Some Loving (Sandra Cross) 6.Don’t Let It Get You Down (Sadiki & Sandra Cross) 7.Tell Me What I’ve Done (Sadiki) 8.Heavenly (Sandra Cross) 9.New Life (Baby) (Sadiki) 10.We’ve Only Just Begun (Sandra Cross) 11.Forever (Sadiki) 12.Emotions (Acapella) (Sandra Cross) 13.Sitting In The Park (Acapella) (Sadiki)
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