Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

Diary Of A Journey
Ce'Cile
Young Generation Music Group
Digital Release
February 28, 2016

Track list
  1. Love It
  2. Money Love
  3. My Mood
  4. Rain
  5. Nikki
  6. Mini
  7. Complete
  8. High School
  9. Necessary
  10. Some Boys Do
  11. Reasoning
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Vocals : 4/5 Backing : 5 Production : 5 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 5
In 2008 Ce'cile globally debuted with the strong album "Bad Gyal" for the Cologne based Kingstone Soundsystem and Danger Zone, but in the end it appeared in three different versions and under three different titles: "Bad Gyal", "Waiting" and "Worth It". She had enjoyed her first success with the single "Can You Do Di Wuk", a duet with Sean Paul in 2001. This track later appeared on Sean Paul's album 'Dutty Rock'. Several albums and singles followed and she has become a solid dancehall/reggae artist - she's often called a female singjay - with her own label, Young Generation Music Group. She writes lyrics that other females shy away from for fear of being shunned in Jamaica's male dominated music scene. Being the most outspoken, especially on issues concerning women, Ce'Cile has never felt trapped from expressing her stance as being bold, calculating and brutally honest in her lyrics and subject matter. Here current album is called 'Diary Of A Journey', an 11 track set filled with 3 dancehall tunes and no less than 8 reggae songs.

According to Ce'Cile only three people were involved in the making of "Diary Of A Journey". Multi Platinum and Multi Grammy nominated producer J-Vibe of J-Vibe Productions along with singer, songwriter and producer Richie Loop and herself are the only producers, writers and musicians involved in this album. Some of the album tunes are already featured on iTunes and other digital platforms as singles such as "My Mood", "Nikki" and "Some Boys Do". Main theme of the album is Love in all its aspects. Opening tune is the rich orchestrated, heavy one-drop reggae tune "Love It", on which her vocal delivery reminds us of Shakira. Great tune! More reggae follows with the tune "Money Love", a mature lovers tune where she tells that there's no place for materialism in love: "I no deal with the almighty dollar"... "money can't buy my love"... check it out! The pop orientated dance single "My Mood" is followed by the personal tune "Rain", a real standout effort. Exit reggae for now and dancehall time now with three hard hittin' dancehall tunes, floorfillers to the max! After this enjoyable and danceable segment we get treated to a poppy - hit bound - tune called "High School". "Some Boys Do" describes several stages in life and love while "Reasoning", a more than appropriate closer, is about the ups and downs of life.

Very strong and mature album!