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CéCile's 'Waiting' is #1

cecile-waiting-album-cover-photos-video.jpgCéCile's Danger Zone/SoBe Records produced album, 'Waiting', has hit the number one spot on the Richie B Jamaica Music Countdown Charts for the second consecutive week. Distributed by Tad’s Records Inc., the album is also #7 on the New York chart and #11 on the South Florida charts, climbing its way to the top.

The album is not only enjoying great chart success, but 'Waiting' remains a top seller since its release last year in the Caribbean, the US and Europe.

The digital version of the album titled 'Worth It', distributed by Zojak Worldwide, is also dominating iTunes international charts, making CéCile the only female artiste earning that status.

The album contains 15 tracks with an eclectic mix of songs never before heard and others which have been previously released as singles. Favourites such as 'Ride Or Die' on the Journeys riddim produced by CeCile herself and 'Hot Like We' on the hot Red Alert riddim are included on the anthem laced album. There are also other popular tracks such as 'Worth It', 'Talk Talk', 'Goody', 'Faking', all of which have dominated reggae charts in the past year.


CéCile is credited with writing and producing most of the tracks on the album, and she is proud of her long experience as a producer.

Released on the Danger Zone/SoBe Records label, 'Waiting' features production credits from renowned producers such as Kirkledove Bennett, Big Yard, Cordell 'Skatta' Burrell, Steelie & Cleevie, Lloyd 'Baby G' James, Scot Storch and several other top producers.

Tracks on 'Waiting' are: 'So Fly' feat. Beenie Man, 'Worth It', 'Hot Like We', 'Waiting Rmx' feat. Shaggy, 'Ride Or Die', 'No Disturb', 'Sign', 'Fakin', 'Goody', 'Hot Like That' feat Trina, 'Dance' feat Ding Dong, 'Don't Go', 'Kinda Lovin', 'Burning Up', 'Talk Talk' and 'Waiting'.


Comments (2)


Posted by MRS D | April 26, 2009 4:09 PM

CeCile just come ah Boston and Her Performance was horrible. She nah sound good

Paul Streicher:
Posted by Paul Streicher | June 18, 2009 7:42 AM

Mon, I was at Sandals Beaches resort when I first heard this tune. It stayed in my head and I had to ask someone who sang it and what the name of the song was. Luckily, the staff knew it and I remembered it so I could Google it and now play it over and over again at my home in Tampa, Florida. I know a hit when I hears it, mon. Now, I can't get this one out of me head. Congratulations, Cecile!
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