Mongstar and Elya release “Caribbean Girl”

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Mongstar and Elya release “Caribbean Girl”


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– Stratosphere Muzic artiste Mongstar is heading to Martinique where he will promote a remix of his new single “Caribbean Girl”.

The song featuring French Caribbean artiste Elya was released with a music video in early July and is currently climbing French Caribbean music charts in Guadeloupe, Martinique, St Barthe and St Maarten.

Elya is based in Paris where “Caribbean Girl” was remixed by French producer “The Tourist”.

“Caribbean Girl” was originally written by Marley “Mongstar” James and Courtney “Curty” Louis who also produced the single for release through his Stratosphere Muzic label. Louis, the CEO of Stratosphere Muzic explains the decision to remix the song for release in the French market instead.

“Mongstar is really popular in the French Caribbean and France. As a result, when the opportunity to collaborate on this single came along, it was one we felt compelled to take advantage of. Elya and her team were very excited about this project as were we and the song’s success to date is a good indication we made the right move,” says Louis.

“Caribbean Girl” was released with a music video shot in Martinique by noted French video director Alexandre Da Silva of Elite Production and produced by Alexandra Elize. Da Silva has worked with a veritable who’s who in the music business including American rapper Dr Dre and also shot the “Boom Boom Boom” music video with Vincentian artiste Tabia featuring French rapper Nathy – his first collaboration with Louis who wrote and produced the 2009 hit song. To date that music video which was shot at various locations around Saint Lucia has a combined 2 million views on YouTube.

In addition to a concert appearance in Martinique in support of “Caribbean Girl” – Mongstar has also been booked on a radio press tour for the single.

The remix of “Caribbean Girl” is produced by Stratosphere Muzic and Elles Music and is available on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CGMONGSTAR and YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQv151tJvOk.

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  1. Please St.Lucians, let us try to support our own. This is a quality piece and an interesting collaboration with a well known french artiste. This attempt can open up doors for St.lucian music and also the creole twist in our art form. We need to fully endorse
    this. Se'sas nous.
    Mongster St.Lucia endorses you 100%

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  2. come on arnt they special enough to sing about dem .if i was english i would sing ,(long live the queen )the guy is a caribbean man ,so whats wrong in devoting some acknowledgement to his female counter parts to expess a little love an apriciation fo the sisters.what is inherantly absurd about the song ?????.u know me is rastaman an i love de caribbean girl more than ital stew,her affection give rythum,i take my guirta an i start to strum.

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  3. well am a caribbean ,so i would love to hear a song call caribbean girl.i love a caribbean girl her, full a beauty and potential ,they love is worm like the sunshine on an summer day in babardos ,her eyes are mysterious like the pitons of st.lucia,an wen i in trinidad she cook up dam gud curry ,for art and life she have a passion like de cultural fusion bubbling like de boiling lake of dominica so so special but ah wount tell u , wait till u har de song (caribbean girl!)<my caribbean girl i love her like cook food.

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  4. well am a caribbean ,so i would love to hear a song call caribbean girl.i love a caribbean girl her, full a beauty and potential ,they love is worm like the sunshine on an summer day in babardos ,her eyes are mysterious like the pitons of st.lucia,an wen i in trinidad she cook up dam gud curry ,for art and life she have a passion like de cultural fusion bubbling like de boiling lake of dominica so so special but ah wount tell u , wait till u har de song (caribbean girl!)

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  5. It's 2014 and we're still making creating songs entitled "Caribbean Girl"? Like Seriously?! So Lame!

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    • What is wrong with a song name "Caribbean Girl"?

      People like you are the ones selling your Nationality for what is considered a better life..

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      • an a better life is cultivating positive energy into you life ,from family to community to nation ,reconnecting with ur culture ,building national pride and dignity empowering the youth for the young man is the old mans walking stick,invest in ur country and its developement and dont be so quick to exalt any other people oe places over ur own kingdread and birth place ,for there is no place like home and st.lucia is the fairest isle of all the earth .

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    • I do agree.
      But now we need to hear a song entitled "Caribbean Man" Like Seriously, Not so Lame!

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