MonCherie knows what she wants

Saturday, November 17, 2018

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Singer MonCherie will be releasing the flashy video for What I Want later this month. The track features Love and Hip Hop alumnusSafaree.

“This video is amazing.This is going to push the genre to another level when it hits TV screens, the visuals, the chemistry, people are going to love it, the visuals with Safaree are really steamy,” MonCherie, 22, told the Jamaica Observer.

The track was co-produced by Konsequence Muzik and Two Saints Entertainment.

“The sexy, steamy and highly stylised video shows off the undisputed chemistry between Safaree and MonCherie as the dancehall/hip-hop tune is sure to set the music world on fire. Moncherie continues to release quality music and visuals solidifying her growing stardom in the US market,” said Cyndi Davila, MonCherie's manager.

MonCherie, whose real name is Cherie Stoute, was born in St Lucia of Jamaican heritage. She spoke of her musical ambitions.

“I love dancehall. My goal is to bring hot music and a new sound to the industry,” said MonChérie, who lists Lady Saw and Patra as her musical influences.

MonCherie came to prominence in 2012 with No Santa. Her other songs include Can't Say No, Bay Bay and Gates of Heaven, all featuring Vybz Kartel.

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