Peaches Adaba and Sponge Music hit with an emotional new track Sometimes
Peaches Adaba (Photo: Contributed)

Emerging face of dancehall Peaches Adaba has teamed up with prolific producer Sponge Music for her latest single Sometimes.

The emotionally charged single showcases Peaches' distinctive vocals with a catchy hook and powerful lyrics.

Sometimes, released on May 19, explores the themes of friendships, betrayal, and self-discovery. This uplifting composition, which encourages "life over everything", is poised to become an anthem for anyone seeking comfort from the pain of hurt caused by misplaced trust.

In contrast to her previous release Guilty Pleasure, Sometimes exposes a more introspective and vulnerable side of the St Thomas-born artiste, revealing raw emotions that speak of her journey, personal growth and awareness on this melodic masterpiece.

This collaboration with Sponge Music, who has worked with dancehall top tier acts Alkaline, Mavado, Dexta Daps, Beenie Man, Gyptian, among others, is the next step in Peaches' meteoric rise to stardom and she expressed gratitude for the opportunity to work with the producer stating: "It was a thrilling experience to collaborate with Sponge, who has created hits with some of the dancehall's top names. Working with him was an exciting learning experience. He brought some fantastic ideas to the song, which significantly contributed to the final product's quality. I am grateful for the chance to work with someone as talented as Sponge, and I am excited to see the response of the public to the song," said Peaches Adaba.

Adaba Records and Peaches have also released a stunning music video for Sometimes. The visual narrative complements the song's emotive lyrics, taking viewers on a journey through the emotions involved in friendships.

As Peaches Adaba begins to make waves in the music industry, Sometimes signals her commitment to creating music that speaks to the heart.

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