Stuart Wilson is feeling good

Friday, February 26, 2016

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SINGER/MUSICIAN Stuart Wilson is enjoying encouraging rotation with his latest single Feel for You.


Produced by Clive Hunt and featuring Dean Fraser on sax, the single tells the tale about finding true love.


"It’s about finding love, the serenity of love, and how things can happen out of nowhere," Wilson told the Jamaica Observer.


"The feedback has been phenomenal. All the radio stations are playing it and the reception is all positive. I’m bringing imagination to the music. I love reggae and I’m really a guest in the house of reggae," he continued.


Wilson describes his style of music as a blend of classical rock, jazz, blues and reggae.


"My preference is what I call ‘Root Music’. That’s basically a suit of clothes for a song," he said.


Born in the Cayman Islands to a Jamaican father and a Caymanian mother, Wilson learnt to play instruments at an early age. He played the drums during his high school years as well as the acoustic guitar.


"I have always been influenced by musicians who have impacted music globally. Musicians who have a message in their music," he said.


Residing between Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, Wilson holds a bachelor’s degree in mass media communication, journalism and broadcast from the St Thomas University in Florida. He has opened shows for major acts, including Damian Marley, Beres Hammond, Michael Bolton, Roberta Flack, Third World, Tanya Stephens, and Morgan Heritage.


He has worked with producers including Grammy-winning Jason Gilbert (known for his work on rapper Eminem’s Recovery album), Sly Dunbar and Rory Baker.


Prior to his latest single, he released Real Come Back Story on his Love Culture Entertainment label.

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