Cherine Anderson completes 'Moola' video
Reggae soul songstress, Cherine, recently completed work on her latest project, a music video for her song, Moola which has been gaining traction in South America.
The video, she said, should be out in time for Christmas or perhaps in early 2017.
Shot in the streets of Kingston by John Broderick of New Productions out of Colorado, Cherine describes the video as being all about Jamaica.
"It was shot downtown, in the streets," she said. "We also did some parts of St Andrew and the Constant Spring Arcade. It's really gritty. It's really just Jamaica. We have some of the best dancers, as well."
The dancers are the same ones from her previous smash video for her song, Haffi Come Back, which connected well with audiences a few years ago and generated more than a million views on YouTube.
Moola, as the name suggests, is about money.
"Everybody wants money, I want money, you want money. We can't live without money," she said.
"The song is from Collin 'Bulby' York, from his album, Epic and Ting, and it is one of the songs that came about very organically," she said
Anderson said she went into the studio, vibed, and didn't write down a word.
"What you got on the song was what is," she said.
"Moola was released through VP Records and has started showing movement in Colombia and in other South American countries, so a video was shot."
Like the song, Anderson said the video was also very organic as they didn't have a script.