Jeniel Henningham upbeat about new single
Canada-based gospel reggae artiste Jeniel Henningham is in an upbeat mood because of the release of her latest single, Journey.
The son was produced by the Pandemic Records imprint on September 29. The Clarendon-born singer, who lists Bob Marley and Chevelle Franklin among her inspirations, expressed confidence that the song will be well received.
"It's a very beautiful song with a powerful message. I am sure it will resonate with music lovers all over the world. Everyone who hears it will receive a blessing," said Henningham. She is also working on an EP titled Pain which she plans to release early next year.
"I am working with Pandemic Records, Righteous Roots and All Heat Record on this project. Some of the songs have already been recorded; everything is coming together nicely. We only have a few more songs to go before the entire project is completed," she said.
Henningham originally hails from Thompson Town in Clarendon. She is a graduate of Thompson Town High School.
In 2020, she launched her recording career with the release of a single titled Come On on the All Heat Record label.
Some of her other songs are Story, Help and Let Praises Rise, featuring Dale Wow.