When Ce’Cile dropped her latest single, ‘Anything’, last week, it became one of four songs by female artistes on a rhythm that creator Don Corleon has, not surprisingly, named the Feminine rhythm.
Anything is an infectious song about a woman doing, well anything, for the man she loves, including cooking, washing and cleaning. “It’s a very nice ‘man’ song like Waiting,” said the dancehall diva referring to the hit song from her last album. “I’m giving all love to the men for 2009.”
Part of the song goes:
Boy I got to tell u this/You got me fallin’ down your precipice/ I never expected it, but u shot me, u shot me, like cupid/I was, thinking I’m a gangster girl/ I never saw the man to tame my world/ but you, came and changed it up and now me want/
Cook fi you/ wash for you/ make up your bed and clean your house for you/ press you clothes fi you/ spend mi money fi you/ accept your baby mama and your pickney too …
Ce’Cile wrote and recorded the song last Wednesday and it was mixed and released by the celebrated producer, who recently parted ways with singer Alaine.
She says that if it does well it could make its way onto an album she is planning for her overseas audience. “I may put it on the Japan album, not sure ’bout the New Style album yet, but if it’s hot, maybe,” she said. The New Style album is set for release in March 2010.
Three other ladies of the dancehall have released songs on the rhythm’s one-drop version that are currently getting rotation on local radio stations. They include Tifa’s Why, Kris Kelli’s Never Give In and Denyque’s Pieces. According to Ce’Cile, the producer plans to record other women on the rhythm in the near future.