Etana New Album “Free Expressions” To Release Feb 2011 [Video]

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Reggae music Soul child Etana is planning to drop her highly anticipated sophomore LP “Free Expressions” in February 2011.

“Free Expressions” will be release under Record Label VP Records, who is releasing a digital EP celled Free, which features three tracks that are also included on the album. According to VP, this is a move to appease fans while they wait for the full length album.

Weighing in on her upcoming album, Etana said she called the second album Free Expressions because she adamantly refuses to be constrained by approach or lyrical content.

“This album was produced a little differently from the first, most of the sessions were less planned so there is more of a free vibe,” she reveals. “I just wanted to express myself freely, write just what I want without thinking too hard about what anyone’s opinion would be — just doing music as I feel to do it.”

Several tracks from Free Expressions — Free, August Town and Mockingbird — have already topped the charts in Jamaica and reggae charts internationally. The album’s first official single Free was produced by Kemar ‘Flava’ McGregor and offers a sombre reflection of a prolonged period of struggle endured by the artiste. Its second single Heart Broken is equally as heartfelt with London-based producers Curtis Lynch Jr and Gussie Clarke at the helm.

VP notes that Etana’s unabashed romanticism shines on the lovers’ rock tunes I Know You Love Me and Happy Heart, with both tracks produced by Flava. Move On, another track produced by Lynch, adapts a neo-soul reggae fusion that laments a break-up tale that embraces life’s new possibilities, as does the upbeat reggae track My Name Is, which was produced by Stephen Stanley. She also targets those erroneous character assessments and the cut-throat competitiveness that dwells throughout the music industry on the roots rocking Mockingbird, produced by Flava, and the hip-hop tinged Venting, produced by Lynch.

Etana writes 12 of the 14 tracks showcase on Free Expression. Look out for it in February 2011.

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