St Lucian dancehall artist releases new music video and 17 track album

St Lucian dancehall artist releases new music video and 17 track album

PRESS RELEASE – Southern Based Music Entity, Cedar ProductionZ, has announced “Like Tsunami,” as its latest Music Video Release, from Reggae Pop Dancehall, Recording Artist/ Entertainer, Aschadan.

The Video, “Like Tsunami,” which was filmed along the Southern Coastal settings of Vieux Fort, depicts breath taking visuals from some of the islands natural beauty points. Some views and images captured on film, for the first time.

Directed by Photographer extraordinaire, Leo Evans and Aschadan, “Like Tsunami,” is a fusion of love and affection between two individuals, on an adventurous walk across rugged terrines and Rough seas.

The Video opens, with scintillating views of blue seas and clear skies, and concludes with epic Romantic silhouette backdrops.

According to Aschadan, “Like Tsunami” is a deliberate innovation to fuse Romance into Dancehall, thus it’s a clear indicator of how Dancehall music can be separated from the everyday norm of party and clubbing.

“I wanted something different, something which would appeal to everyone, something which would grab the attention of persons not into Dancehall, whilst portraying Saint Lucia’s beauty and with ‘Like Tsunami,’ it’s all inclusive.”

The Video is set to be aired on Local Television Stations as early as next week and Regional Stations, towards the ending of December .It will be accompanied by a seventeen (17) track, Audio Album produced and engineered, by Cedar ProductionZ, also entitled “Like Tsunami”.

The video can be viewed at or at Dapperly subscription on YouTube, from Saturday 29th November 2014.

“Like Tsunami” is the artists third, Official Music Video, with previous releases of Whine Gal and Legacies. Legacies were a regular on Saint Lucian Television stations, and made Caribbean Station Tempo’s top ten charts.

For more info call 1(758)7186559 or [email protected]


No posts to display


  1. I can't understand why st Lucian's love to criticize their own. Frankly if u don't have nothing better to say to encourage young artists from stlucia. I suggest you keep shut. Perhaps you assist them into forming this new beat!!


  2. What's about creating our own indigenous rhythm similar to what The commonwealth of Dominica, has done with Bouyon?

    Why can't we even produce a unique beat that's ours?


Comments are closed.