VP Data Current Reggae Cowl Of All I Need For Christmas Is You by Shuga

by Howard Campbell

SOUTH FLORIDA – When saxophonist Dean Fraser approached Shuga to be a part of VP Data’ Reggae Christmas Classics, she immediately jumped on board.

Shuga covers Mariah Carey’s All I Need For Christmas is You for the 11-song album which was launched November 24.

VP Records Present Reggae Cover Of All I Want For Christmas Is You by Shuga “I’ve all the time liked this tune, it brings such a joyful sound to the season and has a really potent message that places into perspective what really issues, as a result of on such a big day, of all of the issues on the earth that one may hope or want for, all I would like for Christmas is you,” stated Shuga.

The unique was launched in 1994, on the top of Carey’s run as a hitmaker. She co-wrote the tune which has develop into a contemporary Yuletide staple.

Shuga went all out to place her stamp on All I Need For Christmas is You.

“The producer gave it a pleasant dancehall spin and beneath the path of Dean Fraser who was my vocal producer, we delivered a model that’s club-friendly, dance-friendly and nonetheless crammed with that Christmas cheer,” she defined.

Fraser and Clive Hunt co-produced Reggae Christmas Classics which hears artists reminiscent of Nadine Sutherland protecting Stevie Marvel’s Sometime at Christmas and Christopher Martin doing a rendition of Donny Hathaway’s This Christmas.

Thriller U does Feliz Navidad whereas Lukie D and Nikki Burt duet on I’ll be House For Christmas.

Whereas some individuals frown on the commercialism of Christmas, it’s nonetheless the happiest time of the yr for Shuga.

“Christmas is a time of yr that I’ve all the time seemed ahead to as a result of the season is crammed with a lot pleasure and pleasure, and from the eyes of a kid I used to want Christmas was every single day,” she stated. “From the colourful lights and decorations, to spending significant time with household, buddies and family members, to getting caught in visitors Grand Market night time in Jamaica. It’s simply the enjoyment that comes with season.”