“I am giving music my all right now, this is the window that I have to be the best artiste that I can be and I am going to take it. I am going all in,” she said.
She recently relocated to Jamaica to not only get in touch with her reggae roots, but to enable her greater access to the industry’s talented core of musicians and producers. The move has already started to pay dividends with the release of the bonafide club banger, ‘Move’.
Released last year by well-known beatmaker Germaine ‘Blaqk Sheep’ Clarke, the song has made the leap to local mixtapes, and has become a staple in exotic nightclubs and street dances all over the Corporate Area. Blaqk Sheep is known for the monster hit project, the Chrome rhythm on the South Block Iconz label which produced four No.1 songs for artistes Sizzla (That’s Ok), Capleton (In Her Heart), Elephant Man (Keep It Jiggy), and Vybz Kartel (Little Lady).
“The beat is really infectious, and the song has been getting a buzz in overseas markets too. It was a real joy to work with Blaqk Sheep, a certified hitmaker in dancehall,” a confident Mye Laurell said.