Dadre Coleman promotes reggae single
Overseas-based reggae/soca artiste Dadre Coleman is promoting a new one drop single titled, 'Every Wall Must Come Down.'
The song was co-written by local based movie director/writer Federal, and he told THE STAR that the single is intended to give fans a wake-up call.
"Some people act like the world revolves around them and that vanity means all to them. They put material things over human beings, so that is why we say Every Wall Must Come Down, because material things will fade away," he said.
The song was produced by Crest Productions and has been receiving rotation in New Jersey. 'It's a positive song and makes you firm, because you will realise that nothing lasts forever but salvation. Anything you are doing, if you don't have God in it, you won't last long. Dadre Coleman is a very versatile artiste and so she embodies the song very well," Federal said.
Federal is also gearing up to release his new solo single, Run Come Fi The Rasta Loving, this summer. That effort was produced by Indecka Records and will be available for purchase on iTunes and other online outlets.
"I am looking to produce artistes in the long run but, right now, the focus is in the work of me and Dadre Coleman. Dadre is also looking to release a song with herself and Frisco Kidd, and people can look out for that as well. Plus my movie, Designer Wine, will be out this summer and I want all Jamaican dancehall and reggae music lovers to lend their support," Federal said.
Dadre Coleman will make appearances on several festivals in Europe during this summer.