By Soca News
Trinidad & Tobago
Tuesday 1 January 2013 : 9:00 GMT
Many must have wondered just where Trinidad and Tobago’s 1999 Road March champion, Sanelle Dempster, has been hiding. The woman who powered her way to the top with River has been relatively quiet, musically, for the past few years. However, Sanelle says she has just been just been ‘resting’.
Speaking from her home in Miami, Ms. Dempster, says she needed a break from the, “Very career that took her to a level of success that few get to experience.” However, she’s back, with one of the first songs, Echo, to be released from her new album.
Sanelle says that the song, “Captures what we do as Trinis in a party atmosphere, as well as introduces our way of life to those from the outside”. The song features catchy lyrics, melodies and hooks, and was produced by her husband, Terrence ‘Terry’ James and songwriter, Anton Bruce. Dempster definitely has her eye on this year’s Groovy Soca Monarch title with this one, and expects it to be a winner with the listening and partying public.