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Sista Sasha readies Pree Life

Saturday, October 19, 2019

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Pree Life, the second album from gospel singer Sista Sasha, is expected to be released in early 2020. It contains the title song as well as Clean House, which have already been released.

“I'm looking forward to the completion of my new album; I've been working on it for a while now. It's almost finished, but I'm not rushing it because I want everything to be done right,” she said.

Sista Sasha is executive producer for the 14-song set which also includes the songs I Remember and Hot Again.

Pree Life will be released six years after Breaking Free, her debut album which marked her conversion to Christianity. She said the new project is not conventional.

“I am working with Brave Heart of Jam French Records; he's the main producer on this project. This album is going to surprise a lot of persons because it's not a traditional gospel album. All the songs were recorded on reggae rhythms,” she said.

According to Sista Sasha, “The first single, Pree Life, was well-received, and I suspect Clean House is going to do even better.”

Since the start of the year, Sista Sasha has done performances in several countries including the United Kingdom, France and the United States.

Previously known as Sasha, she had a big hit song alongside Sean Paul in 2004 with I'm Still in Love With You.


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