So'Nia's ready with debut set

Monday, September 18, 2017

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I'm Ready , a debut album by singer So'Nia, was recently launched in New York.

Held at the Pa-Nash Restaurant in Rosedale, the event has been hailed as a success.

“We had quite a number of persons from the entertainment industry in attendance. It was a joyous occasion and I would like to thank everyone who came out in support,” So 'Nia told the Jamaica Observer.

Hosted by broadcaster Heather Cummings, the event featured performances from singer Ed Robinson, Tilly Beng Beng, and Stephen Souza.

So'Nia delivered songs from her album which included covers of One Life to Live, Never Stay Away, A Little Bit of Heaven, and We Got Tonight (a duet with Robinson).

The 10-track set I'm Ready, is produced by EdRobinson.

Born Sonia Williams in Mandeville, Manchester, So' Nia grew up in Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth. She has been recording since her teens. She once sang with Byron Lee and the Dragonaires and worked in the hospitality industry before migrating to the United States in 1985.

Now residing in New Jersey, she made a comeback three years ago with I Am Not Your Helper, produced by Robinson.

— Kevin Jackson




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