Denyque fever in August

Simone Morgan

Tuesday, May 20, 2014    

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Singer Denyque releases her EP, Her Name is Denyque in August and is expecting big things from the six-song project.

It includes the songs How To Rave, Loyal Girl and Until You Come.

While she has high hopes for all the tracks, Denyque is expecting great things from How To Rave which will be released in June.

"It's a happy summer song. It's about partying and taking 'pics' with your friends, going to the beach and just enjoying the summer in true Jamaican style, she said.

Partnering with Smirnoff Jamaica, the singer recently shot the video for How To Rave which highlights that company's new Smirnoff Fluffed Marshmallow Flavoured Vodka and Smirnoff Iced Caked Flavoured Vodka products.

The songs on Her name is Denyque are produced by Stephen McgGregor, Markus Myrie and London-based Mini from E5 Records.

Denyque has been keeping busy outside the recording studio. Last Saturday, she unvieled her swimsuit line, WetSwim, at Kabella's Shop in Premier Plaza.

"Wetswim is a unique line with abstract prints and sexy styles conceptualised from my inner artist. It's for a woman that enjoys her body and doesn't mind showing off a little," she said.





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