Almost 5 years after she suffered doubtlessly life-threatening accidents in a automotive crash within the US, Jamaican singer Sophia Brown launched her fourth studio album, Dangerous for Me, final Friday.
“I wanted this to be something spectacular. I want to look at it as one of my greatest works. I find I am more mature as an artiste and as a producer, and I tend to stick to the fine line where music and creativity are concerned,” Brown stated.
Ever since she launched her first official single Love You Pure in 2008, Brown has turn out to be identified internationally as one among Jamaica’s main purveyors of stylish, reggae soul songs which have gained her a powerful international following. Her earlier albums are The Highlight (2009), Catch Me if You Can (2012), and Change (2017).
Nevertheless, a near-fatal accident in Maryland in July 2017 threatened to derail her profession. For nearly three years, she did no recording. Now absolutely healed, she is again with Dangerous for Me.
Singles embody My Faith, a collaboration with Duane Stephenson, Stronger, and the title observe that was launched in February.
Apart from the Sydney Mills-produced Child When You Left, Brown takes manufacturing credit for all the opposite songs.
“People know me to sing love songs but we have some social commentary, we have dancehall, and we have house. I have broadened my horizons on this album, something for everyone that is also desirable for airplay on any station,” she stated. “I am a perfectionist in that sense because I like to know that whatever I am creating the world will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it.”
Brown harbours lofty ambitions for Dangerous for Me and plans to do loads of manufacturing work just like Catch Me If You Can.
“I want to spread the word globally when it comes on to this particular project. We have gone through a pandemic and we have used music to help soothe the world, and, basically, I just want to send this out universally,” she stated.
Brown and her handlers have deliberate a number of promotional reveals in the UK, Europe and the US, and an accompanying video for the title observe is being ready.