Sophia Brown album launch reset for May 31
Singer Sophia Brown is aware that hard work pays and she has been working overtime for the past two weeks to ensure that her 'Change' album launch is the best ever.
The event, which was originally scheduled for last week, will now take place on Wednesday, May 31, at the Kingston 10 Bar and Grill in Kingston.
"We have had some setbacks, reasons beyond our control, so we had to reschedule the launch," Brown told The Star. "Fortunately, all the issues have been sorted out. I am truly appreciative of the support and understanding I have received and we are ready to move forward on May 31, when we present to the media and tastemakers what we intended to do before," she indicated.
Brown, who recently returned to the island from a promotional tour of the USA and Canada, has had a hectic media schedule to promote the new disc which was officially released on May 26 on the Musicmecka Record label with distribution by Zojac Worldwide.
So far, she has done several radio and television interviews, both locally and internationally, including an interview on the weekend with radio host Santi Palazzo in Argentina on La De Dios (LDD) Radio.
The Give Me That Good Loving singer, disclosed that the editing for the provocative video, Love Zone, is now complete.
"I know you all are anticipating the first look of my music video for the provocative second single, Love Zone. I have seen the video and must say, I am very, very impressed with the final product. We pushed the envelope by including a few steamy love scenes with lead actor, Jeffery Henry, who plays for Waterhouse football team. It will definitely turn a few heads, but what's important is that we had fun and kept it 'PG', which is important to me.
So, come May 31, you will be introduced to the brand new Sophia Brown, as we tease and please you with the new video and musical presentation, backed by the Vybe Unite band," she noted.
Change, was produced by Bucktown Productions, Kool Runningz and Indie Roots from Canada; Cabba Sounds Productions and Sophia Brown.