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Saint Lucian artiste Cleopatra Jules Baker returns with new single “Grateful” (+video)

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Cleopatra Jules Baker announces her return to the music industry after almost two years of

This time she returns bearing a life-changing encounter which has diverted her music to the gospel genre.

This single announcement is marked as memorable, as this would be the first gospel single ever to be released by Cleopatra.

Cleopatra collaborated with JamCore Productions for the production of the track and 4ya Studios where this single was recorded, mixed and mastered.

There is certainly high hopes for the success of this single as the song was inspired by life-changing events and to intentionally relate to the listeners who are indeed grateful and encourage those who are facing their own battles, to remain still and see the hand of God move in their circumstances.

Cleopatra Jules Baker has been singing for almost all of her life and has been writing music for more than a decade. She has had quite a bit of experience performing for various crowds both as a solo artiste and with a band. She has now evolved from performing to ministering in song with a passion, to touch lives in various ways through music.

She has found a secret place, where an atmosphere is created by life-changing music and wants to share it with the world.

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