In 2007, Cherine Anderson went to work. The release of several chart topping songs and videos, directing the video for her powerfully relevant "Kingston State of Mind", commanding the stage while headlining the summer's Sly & Robbie tour, and co-starring in MTV Tempo's interactive TV drama Choices. Now all Cherine's efforts in 2007 are definitely being recognized.
Cherine's song "Good Love" (her first official single, written and vocally arranged by her), is one of the songs which make up Sly & Robbie and The Taxi Gang's Anniversary album, which has been honored with a 2008 Grammy nomination for Best Reggae Album. Cherine is thrilled to have contributed to this album, feels blessed to have association with a Grammy nomination at this early stage in her career and wishes Sly & Robbie the best at this Sunday's Grammy Awards.
REGGAE ACADEMY AWARDS!
Cherine will be attending the First Annual Reggae Academy Awards, February 24, 2008. She will be in attendance as a presenter and will be performing at the event. Cherine is proud of the two nominations she has received from the industry: Best Solo Female Vocalist and Best Collaboration/Duo for "Coming Over Tonight" with Chuck Fender.
Anderson has also been nominated for two Excellence in Music Awards from Hot 102 FM: Female Vocalist of the Year and Best Collaboration of the Year (Reggae) for "Coming Over Tonight" with Chuck Fender. Last year she was pleased to win the Best Female Vocalist Award. Irie FM has also graced Cherine with two nominations: Female Singer of the Year and Best Dressed Artist (Female).
2008 is looking to be another jam-packed year for the busy songstress...and she'd have it no other way.