Norval Sal remakes Delroy Wilson


November 27, 2015
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Reggae fans have fallen in love with the brilliant remake of Delroy Wilson's 'Better Must Come' by talented singer Norvalo Sal.

Produced by independent label, Crown International Productions, the single has been bombing FM radio into submission because it has struck a chord with Jamaicans facing the twin tigers of poverty and


"Everybody love the riddim project, dem start play Delroy Wilson version more on the radio since Norval's song drop," Norman Owen, producer/owner of Crown International Productions, said.

The song is the titular track of a rhythm project that also features Luciano, Powerman, Marcia Ball, and a combination featuring DYCR, Lone Ranger and AZ. The project, produced by Owen and his brother, Ansel, was released on October 2.

Norval Sal is based in the US, but plans to return to Jamaica because of the huge buzz surrounding the single.

"It's a great song and mi love how Jamaica accept the song, and everybody ah give it full support," the artiste, born Norville Salmon, said. "I was inspired by singers like Sanchez, and when I got older, I found my own sound."

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