Cherine Anderson | The Introduction - EP

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The Introduction - EP

by Cherine Anderson

A perfect combination of dancehall, soul and lovers rock reggae with poignant songwriting by Cherine Anderson and legendary producers.
Genre: Reggae: Dancehall
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1. Intro
Cherine Anderson
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2. Talk If Yuh Talking
Cherine Anderson
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3. Movie Star
Cherine Anderson
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4. Shine On Jamaica
Cherine Anderson
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5. Tuff Enuff
Cherine Anderson
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6. Coming Over Tonight (feat. Chuck Fender)
Cherine Anderson feat Chuck Fender
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3:12 $0.99
7. Skin to Skin
Cherine Anderson
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8. How We Living
Cherine Anderson
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9. Kingston State of Mind
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Album Notes
Having collaborated on official remixes with legendary artists including Madonna, Britney Spears, Sir Paul McCartney and Wyclef Jean all before releasing her own formal product, Jamaican singer-songwriter Cherine Anderson already positioned herself as “one to watch”. Now, with the release of The Introduction-Dubstyle EP, fans of Anderson and her signature Dancehall Soul sound can finally own some of her infectious melodies.
Cherine spent 2008 on the road, touring with Grammy Award winning legendary duo Sly & Robbie (producers on the project), as well as popular indie bands Slightly Stoopid and Pepper. She closed the year touring the US and Australia with the prolific Michael Franti & Spearhead, in promotion of their album, in which Cherine co-wrote and performs on three tracks. Anderson also made her US television debut with Spearhead, appearing on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
The New Year has already brought great things for the rising star. Cherine performed at three events celebrating the inauguration of Barack Obama in Washington DC (The Green Ball, The Peace Ball, Rock the Vote/RollingStone), where she was able to perform alongside artists including John Legend, Maroon 5 and Angelique Kidjo. Cherine Anderson will continue through 2009 as “one to watch”!
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A Real Movie Star
Singing with little effort and multiplying that with much moxy, I've listened to this EP and I am very pleased with the collection of songs from Cherine. Top 3 to me, might be Kingston State of Mind, Shine On Jamaica and How We Living mainly because of the additional DJ stylee and lyrics. 'Talk If Yuh Talking' is making its way up into my personal iPod rotation, but it's already being RePLAYED DAILY by most FEMALES I KNOW, LOL.

Peters at CD Baby

Seeing the legendary Sly & Robbie get production credits on an album is always enough to make you look twice, but wait till you hear this! After logging time touring with Slightly Stoopid and Pepper, Cherine Anderson then went on the road with Michael Franti & Spearhead. The best parts of all those artists seem to infuse her music with a catchy, modern blend of R&B with classic reggae. "Talk If Yuh Talking" features a rather dubby bass line, with some great harmonies on the chorus, while "Tuff Enuff" has more of a top 40 reggaeton vibe that fans of Robyn will like. And the album is strong throughout; the album closer "Kingston State of Mind" features a rather minimal combination of bass, processed guitar samples, and percussion, while Anderson's exquisite harmonies and backing vocals emphasize her socially-conscious lyrics. It's really great music that respects the traditions of reggae's past, yet sounds totally modern.

pat gallegos

introduction to Cherine Anderson
I loved it I listen to it constanly. I would just love to see her again in Santa Fe, N.M. I love her