Dancehall artist Ce’Cile believes that Reggae Sumfest is the best Reggae festival in the world.
“What I like about Sumfest is that it’s not like it’s a fast-paced thing. You get to bring out you. When you do well at Sumfest, people want to book you and I have done lots of shows all over the world, where you have to come up with good performances for like an hour or hour and 15 minutes. So I guess it has done a lot for us,” said CeCile.
After Reggae Sumfest, Ce’Cile will release her second album entitled “Jamaicanization”. It will be released first in Europe and the first single “Singing This Song” will be available on iTunes.
“The album (Jamaicanization) is 16 tracks, 13 of which are exclusive to the album, so it’s something different we’re trying because a lot of fans were saying they didn’t know where to find what, especially when we have so many songs. I just wanted the buying public to have something exclusive for them. We will then come to Jamaica and release singles and have a nice album launch and everything, but we’re taking it outside of Jamaica because, for the most part, that is where the buying public is and where the demand for the music is.”
As the name suggests, the album is about bringing people back to what is Jamaican music or “what my interpretation of what our music is,” according to de BadGyal.