Vadie serenades the ladies with Lovely Mood single

Reggae artiste Vadie is currently enjoying a huge buzz with his latest single titled Lovely Mood.

The song, which was produced by Noreen Forbes for 4Ds and N NuMedz Music Production, was released late last year along with a video.

Since then it has received tremendous support from DJs in Jamaica, Europe, the US, and Africa.

"I'm very happy with the response that this song has been generating since it was released. It's getting a lot of support from DJs all over the world. My team and I believe in this song, so we have been putting a lot of promotion behind it and it's paying off," said Vadie.

The singer said he decided to write Lovely Mood after careful observation.

"I noticed that most of what is being promoted as popular music today is skewed towards the denigration of women. Some of these songs talk about women in the most degrading way. I feel sick when I hear them," shared Vadie.

He continued: "I see women as queens, and I choose to show my love and respect to them by writing and recording songs like this one. I'm on a mission to uplift everyone with my music and I am not leaving out the ladies. Vadie is for the ladies; always remember that."

The hard-working entertainer is currently getting ready to drop a new single titled Ain't Nothing Change, which is scheduled to be released next month.

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