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February 28, 2014
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Cian's 'Get it Anywhere' fresh on the scene

Atlanta-based artiste Cian has debuted on the dancehall scene with her exciting new track 'Get it Anywhere'.

A fusion between dancehall and hip hop, Get It Anywhere pushes Cian front and centre in a new wave of exciting female recording artistes of Jamaican roots.

The new kid on the block explains her breakout track: "Get It Anywhere mimics my free spirit and the type of music I want to produce. This is my first released dancehall track and I gave it a minor hip-hop feel. It's asking the fans to just have fun and embrace their free spirit. We are a new crop of musicians and our sound is different as it identifies with our generation, blending our international experiences with our Jamaican roots".

Laced over a reggae beat fused with hip-hop elements and produced by Joshua 'Yagga' Rechani of Washroom Entertainment, Get It Anywhere is an upbeat effort that properly emphasises Cian's Jamaican roots and her free-minded outlook.

Cian boasts influences from the likes of Bob Marley, Grace Jones, Patra, and Rihanna. She confesses that their ability to move international audiences and touch the hearts of millions with their message draws her closer to their music.

"My parents and siblings are also a major part of my influences, my father loved ska, my mother loved country music, and my older siblings loved rock and hip hop. I was able to pull from all those genres, all pumped into this track, bringing forward my sound," she said.

In describing her music, Cian says she seeks to transmit messages of love and free spirit.

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