Karl-Marx Waite of Sweet Sadie’s Productions, Inc. announced the release of pop/R&B/hip-hop artist KC Jockey’s latest single, “Livinin Love,” which is now available for purchase on iTunes. KC Jockey is still enjoying success with his single, “Girl, You’re Free,” which debuted on April 13, 2012 on the U.K. Music Week Urban Club Charts at #19. Both songs were produced by Waite on the Sweet Sadie’s Productions, Inc. label.
KC Jockey wrote “Livinin Love” for all people and nations, urging them to live in love and always stay focused on loving one other. “It’s a great feeling to just appreciate life and live it to its fullest,” states KC. “Challenges come to help us become stronger and more prepared for things we are not equipped to handle now. This song makes you want to embrace life on a whole different level and be thankful for who you are, what you have, and the fact that we live in a land of great opportunity. When we face our challenges with faith – prepared to learn, willing to make changes, and if necessary — to let go, we are in our full capacity as human beings and children of God.”
“Livinin Love” is a smooth, mellow, and danceable jam with a pop and R&B base fused with KC Jockey’s reggae style delivery. The crooner, who also wrote the track, has an unmistakably authentic style as he blends a Jamaican accent with English metaphors. “Livinin Love” denies a simple genre categorization and will be enjoyed immensely by anyone who enjoys good music. It’s a beautiful, feel good song about love – loving people, loving life, and loving love. The inspirational and uplifting track is musically strong with lyrics that will pull at your heartstrings and brighten your mood no matter what you’re going through. Good breaks that are well timed, interesting sync use, overlapping musical patterns, and a harmony that won’t let you go are the hallmark of this song, which is very well done and sure to be well received by music lovers and critics alike.
In “Girl, You’re Free,” KC Jockey sings to the women of the world who have been or are currently in abusive relationships, showing them in a musical format that on the other side of a bad affair, there’s freedom, happiness, love, and self-esteem. “Girl, You’re Free” is an attention grabbing and thought provoking presentation that seems to build and grow as he delivers his message with a great pop/R&B beat with a strong reggae influence. With a captivating and strong vocal performance and motivating lyrics, KC Jockey easily accomplishes his goal of delivering a song that is not only entertaining, danceable, and likeable, but deep and thought provoking. This is a song that both men and women can relate to, and should be appreciated en masse. Some will want to play it often as a source of strength and comfort.
KC Jockey was born in Kingston, Jamaica but moved to Brooklyn, NY as a young child. The rising star quickly developed a passion for all things New York-both the good and the bad. The “bad” had him in the streets hustling to get all the luxuries he saw others around him enjoying. The “good” had him embracing his God-given musical abilities, which he finally realized could provide him with the same lavish lifestyle as the hustling he saw going on around him. When his mother passed after a tragic accident in 1997, Jockey dedicated himself to the studio, often working through the night to perfect his craft. The hard work paid off in 2000 when Jockey launched his own record label, Sweet Sadie’s Productions, appropriately named in honor of his mother.
KC Jockey’s infectious smile has landed him jobs as the face of many of the hottest new products on the market. He is currently one of the faces for the fresh new clothing line 4.U.2.N.V, who have featured him on their New York City billboards, and already has the musical chops and resume to prove his international star power, having shared stages with the likes of 50 Cent, Jadakiss, Jay Z, Mary J Blige, Beanie Man, and many others. His consistent success on both the North American and European charts shows that his style and sound transcend borders and cultures. Not pausing for a moment, the talented young star just completed work on a soundtrack for an upcoming movie and continues to pen and record more songs.
“Livinin Love” and “Girl, You’re Free” are both now available worldwide o