Sadiki releases fourth solo album
Reggae singer Sadiki recently released his fourth full length project a 10-track studio album titled 'Covered in Love'.
The album, produced by Sadiki for his Skinny Bwoy Records imprint, features cover versions of some of his favourite songs, including Ed Sheeran's Photograph, The Spinners' 1970s hit Sadie, Chris Brown's Should've Kissed You and Book of Rules (with singer Tony Anthony).
"All the songs on the album are songs that will resonate with music lovers all over the world. I recorded this album for the international market. Since it's release, I've been getting a lot of positive feedback about it. I'm confident that it will be a success," said Sadiki.
Sadiki recruited several of Jamaica's top musicians to play on the album, including bass player Danny 'Axeman' Thompson, drummer Kirk Bennett, saxophonist Dean Fraser and keyboard player Robbie Lyn.
Sadiki recently returned to the island to promote Covered in Love. During his Jamaica visit, he did interviews at several popular radio and TV stations.
"The trip to Jamaica was very productive. I have nothing but positive things to say about the media houses that embraced me and this album. Thank you."
The talented singer/songwriter/producer, who originally hails from Rollington Town in Kingston, has been living in the US since the late '80s.
Sadiki is best known for songs such as the Tony 'CD' Kelly-produced Gal Dem Every Time (Buyout rhythm) and his reggae cover of 2Face's African Queen (Joe Fraser/Skinny Bwoy Records).
The easy-going entertainer, whose real name is Henry Buckley Jr, has toured as an opening act for the legendary Beres Hammond, and has also toured Japan and Europe on his own.