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Yves Lewis proudly announced the release of his first soca music titled; rum and rain. The song was written by Yves Lewis, and produced by Christopher Neil. The song is Caribbean Soca carnival music for street festivals. Yves Lewis, the son of Saint Lucia, and longtime producer and record label owner of "WildCubby Music" decides to be the man and share his heartfelt songs with the rest of world. After releasing 11 CD's with 49 songs on the WildCubby Music Label, Lewis believes it is time to be the front man and try to deliver the best song for music lovers throughout the world.
"Soca music is the foundation of the Caribbean life. Soca is found at every major celebration where the multitudes assemble. These assemblies usually promote unity and togetherness in celebrating our existence as a Caribbean people. I employ you to listen and enjoy the music because It required a lot of hard work to release this song", said Yves Lewis, while discussing the reason why he chooses soca as his first release. “I have been fortunate to know producer Christopher Neil of "Big as Life Recording Studio in Elizabeth NJ where I am currently working on a Souk song for "Creole day" in November, in parallel with my reggae album. And I salute the countless artists out there with their multiple albums”, he added.
The song is now available for digital download and streaming online at CD Baby, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play and most popular outlets, also, it has also been sent to a lot of radio stations. For more information, visit here: https://yveslewis.hearnow.com
About The Artist
Yves Lewis is the founder of 2002 (WCM) "WildCubby Music LLC" of Boston Massachusetts, now dissolved Record Label, recording studio, and publishing company. He had the opportunity to release his first reggae song" Papa why you leaving me", A song he wrote to mourn the loss of his Father. He turned his 1400 square foot basement onto a place where a family of musicians came together to produce a catalog of 11 CDs in a three year period. He had the opportunity to record Reggae grate's like Mr. Everton Blender, Louie Rankin and Saint Lucian reggae sensation "Semi" aka Werner Francis. Fitzie Niceness, Journalist Bandoo, Linden Beckford and many more.
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Country: United States