Wayne Wonder gets musical high off 'Falling'

August 09, 2017
Wayne Wonder

Grammy-nominated reggae artiste Wayne Wonder continues to deliver world-class music with the release of his single, 'Falling'.

The track, which was produced by Tony Kelly, became available for streaming as of July 18.

"Being consistent within the music industry takes hard work. I have been blessed with a talent that I am able to utilise in a positive way to bring forth good music. I respect all my supporters that have helped to keep my work relevant over the years," Wayne Wonder said.

With the video already racking up more than 60,000 views, Wayne Wonder describes this project as a sure hit.

 

CARIBBEAN FLAVOUR

 

"The video was shot and directed in Kingston, Jamaica, by Parpworth. I shot the video in Jamaica to maintain that authentic Caribbean flavour that the rest of the world craves. My fan base is much diversified, and composing tracks that appeal to each demographic takes hard work, and this one is a sure hit" he said.

Speaking with the internationally acclaimed reggae singer, he said that the success this single has seen thus far is based on experience and a good marketing team.

"My team and I are focused on bringing this single to the top. We put together a very effective marketing plan, and we are seeing positive results. The single has already made its way on to the European market, and we are working tirelessly to dominate the Caribbean reggae scene. I'm promoting this single while touring, because the work never ends. Currently, I have shows lined up in France and Canada," he said.

Wayne Wonder, who is known for hits such as No Letting Go, Bounce Along, Slowly But Surely and Perfect Proposal, said that he will be releasing a slew of new singles that will appeal to the new generation while still pleasing his day-one fans.

"In the coming months, I will be presenting a new catalogue to the reggae scene, and I am positive that my fans will enjoy each track presented. Music is evolving, and it is important to grow, but at the same time be grounded," he said.

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