‘Wine Out The Fever’ is distributed through VPAL Music and is available now on all major streaming platforms.

            Natalyah delivers catchy Reggae Refix to ‘Wine Out The Fever’

Zürich, Switzerland (Sonique Solutions) – The music keeps on flowing for Trinidad-born Swiss artiste Natalyah. Following the successful late Spring release of the soothing song ‘Save Meh’, Natalyah is once again bending genres and combining Caribbean elements for her latest Reggae-refix to her previously released Chutney-Soca track ‘Wine Out The Fever’.

Wine Out The Fever which was originally recorded by Natalyah in the Chutney-Soca genre was produced by Rishi Mahato of Maha Productions and written by Fazad ‘Uncle Joe’ Shageer.

The earlier version of this song secured the Soca-Pop songstress a semi-final spot at the 2013 edition of the famous Chutney Soca Monarch competition in Trinidad (which is the largest Indo-Caribbean event in the world and one of the main T&T Carnival annual cultural extravaganzas, alongside the International Soca Monarch, the Dimanche Gras and the Panorama Finals).

Although currently based in Europe, the San Fernando, Trinidad-born singer has always stayed close to her roots and spends months at a time each year in her homeland when not touring internationally.

Most notably, Natalyah stayed in T&T for a significant portion of the recent pandemic lockdown where she created music, fostered several local and international collaborations which brought about this unique, classic Reggae-inspired refix which was created by producer Tom Banfield.

She shared, ‘Tom found me on Instagram during the lockdown when I was in Trinidad, and asked me if I wanted to be part of his album project. After that project was completed, he asked me if he could do a remix of one of my songs and suggested a rootsy Reggae version of Wine Out The Fever. And without hesitating I sent him my vocals.’

Regarding this new version and Tom’s radio-friendly refix she further stated, ‘I really like the mix of the Chutney-Soca lyrics and melody combined with the rootsy Reggae. The theme of the lyrics is that I am suffering from “music fever” that can be cured by either wining to Chutney or now Reggae music. I love it!’

London-based producer Tom Banfield, who is actually a Barbadian citizen by marriage embraced the opportunity to create this distinctive musical mashup, saying, ‘The tempo of the original song meant I could either do another Soca version or build a new song structure around the half beat. I felt a Reggae refix would hopefully expose the song to a different set of listeners and help to spread Natalyah’s music to a wider audience in different territories.’

‘Wine Out The Fever’ is distributed through VPAL Music and is available now on all major streaming platforms.

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