Karlito's way

Saturday, October 07, 2017

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Canada-based recording artiste Karlito said he is upbeat about his recently released single Superwoman — dedicated to the females who work tirelessly to provide for their families.

“Superwoman is one that speaks of and applauds the strength of a woman,” he said.

“There are superwomen everywhere on this earth, so I do hope that this song will reach the ear of every hard-working lady worldwide. There are those living in sections of the world where they don't have many privileges but I want them to know they are special,” he said.

Produced by Karlito and Christopher Francis, Superwoman was released in late September.

In addition to this track, Karlito is also promoting another project, a single called It's a good look.

Karlito, given name Roynell Young, was born in Westmorland but migrated to Canada at age 14.

“I never forget or stay far from my cultural roots though. I grew up listening to the likes of Shabba, Burning Spear and Buju Banton. One of my high school teachers then saw that music was my interest and became a mentor to me,” he said.

Among his first set of releases were Outta Road and Touch You.


— Simone Morgan-Lindo




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