CeCile is enjoying February

Wednesday Feb 24th was Birthday and Ce’Cile celebrated in Fine style at the Fiction night club with friends including Big Yard Crew, Stylist Dexter Pottinger, Photographer Marvin Bartley, BFF Shana, Spice, Tifa, Timberlee, Electra, Milk, Craig Voicemail, amongst others.

Wednesday Feb 24th was Birthday and Ce’Cile celebrated in Fine style at the Fiction night club with friends including Big Yard Crew, Stylist Dexter Pottinger, Photographer Marvin Bartley, BFF Shana, Spice, Tifa, Timberlee, Electra, Milk, Craig Voicemail, amongst others.


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Her “Ladies Anthem” on Big Yards Street Bullies Rhythm “Nah STress Over Man” moves up to # 3 on the BBC’s 1xtra top ten charts, and on local charts in Jamaica. Ladies Anthem is also making waves in places like Grand Cayman.

Her song Anything (Feminine Riddim – Don corleon) continues to enter various charts around the region and Jamaica.

Ce’Cile heads back on the road end of March where she will play the Original Festival in France, alongside Mos Def and Warren G, she will make other stops in France.

Ce’cile currently has six songs on rotation However be on the Look out for more new music from Ce’Cile produced by Big Yard, Don Corleon, Demarco, Nicky B, Christopher Birch.

Songs on rotation inlcludes:
Let her go – Ital Jocky ridim – Sankofa
Ansa – Brain Storm – Big Yard/ Scikron
Mek Dem KNow – Jolly Rancher – Big yard
Anything – Feminine – Don Corleon
Home Tonight – Feelings – Don Corleon
Nah Stress Over Man – Street Bullies – Big Yard

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