Pinky Famous calls for change

Monday, December 03, 2018

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CHANGE Your Life is a new song from singjay Pinky Famous. Its electronica sound is a far cry from Boo'd Up, her previous effort which was a lovers rock take on British singer Ella Mai's smash hit.

A familiar team worked with her on Change Your Life which was released in November.

Jahvon Lothian, who programmed the beats for all her songs, again did those honours and also produced the latest track for his Music Basket Productions label.

It is released by Mad Yawd Music, owned by Pinky Famous' father Oneil Darby.

She said experimenting with diverse sounds comes naturally.

“I try to do different songs to showcase my versatility,” she told the Jamaica Observer.

Darby produced Boo'd Up which the Portmore-based artiste said did well for her at dances. Lothian, grandson of veteran session guitarist Earl “Chinna” Smith, wanted a different feel for the follow-up which takes a shot at cheating lover.

Born Tishana Trefena Darby in Kingston, Pinky Famous followed her father into the music business. Oneil Darby was once a sound system deejay known as Oneil Famous.

Switching to production, he has manned most of his daughter's songs, including Self-Motivation and Unconditional Love. The latter is a collaboration with Luciano.

— KJ

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