Real nurse sings over 'Night Nurse'
US-based singer Mye Laurell has released a cover of Gregory Isaacs' 1980s hit, 'Night Nurse'. The song was produced by Delroy 'Fatta' Pottinger.
Mye Laurell, who is a nurse by profession, said she covered the classic out of admiration for the deceased singer.
"I am a fan of Gregory Isaacs, so that was my decision to do a cover of Night Nurse. It's a great song that I've always admired," she explained.
Describing herself as a contemporary reggae artiste, who represents the "mature in mind and young at heart", Mye Laurell has been doing music professionally for almost a decade.
"I began music professionally in 2008 after I won Best Female Singer at the New Jersey Reggae awards in 2007. It was inspirational being among other talented acts," she said.
Her first recording was Wanting You, which featured deejay Delly Ranx. The song was produced by Real Music Production. She has since done work with producers including Board House Records, OO7 Records, Fleximus Prime and Ed Robinson.
Her songs include Love Mi Man Bad, Move, OMG and Be Stronger.
A past student of St Andrew High for Girls, Mye Laurell is from a rich musical background. She has been singing from she was a toddler; and has been dubbed the DivaEss of contemporary reggae music.
It is evident that Mye Laurell sings and represents the 'young at heart and mature in mind'.
Proud moments in her musical journey include performing at Reggae Campfire 2007 and winning the New Jersey Reggae Award for Best Female Singer in January 2008.
She is on www.facebook.com/myelaurell and Twitter @myelaurell.