Nateesha Stream's new single gaining attention
Reggae singer Nateesha Stream is currently riding a wave of success with a cover version of Angela Bofill's classic R&B hit 'Tonight I Give In'.
The song, which was produced by Hopeton Brown, Oliver Millwood and Franz Richards for the Nyah Bless Music label, was released on August 15.
Since then it has enjoyed tremendous airplay, both locally and abroad. The accompanying video came out on September 8 and has helped to bolster the song's growing popularity.
"I've always known that I have the ability and the talent to make it, but I needed the help and support to make it happen. Thank God, Nyah Bless Music has discovered my talent and have decided to give me the professional guidance and support I need," said Nateesha, who is the niece of legendary dancehall artiste Tiger.
The rhythm for the song was created at the BMR Studio in Philadelphia.
Dean Frazer's scintillating saxophone phrasings add a rich flavour to the soul rendition of the song, which was originally recorded and released in 1983.
The CEO of Nyah Bless Music, Hopeton Brown, said the label has very high hopes for the artiste.
"Nateesha Stream is very talented, we are thrilled to be working with her; she has a very bright future in the music business," he said.