Friday, July 06, 2007

Fresh Face [#014]: Wendy Wonder

From The Cocoa Lounge

Cocoa Lounge Fresh Face #14: Wendy Wonder
Danish Reggae chanteuse, Wendy Wonder.

One of the newest voices of Reggae Music is one that can't be found in the Caribbean, Latin America, the US or the UK., though Wendy Wonder (currently a rising star) on the Danish Reggae scene, has a combination of talent and style that could land her on the international stage.

The singer / songwriter's sound--a fusion between traditional Reggae arrangement and Pop vocals--is familiar, yet fresh. And fans of World Music will find themselves looking to add at least one of her tracks to their iTunes library.

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Anonymous said...

She's a style chameleon for sure. I'd be interested to see how far she goes in the next few years.

Anonymous said...

Wendy wonder is the truth. Check out B&B International too. They're producing for her.

Anonymous said...

it is nice to see black people from all over the world and not just always the US. yes there are many of us in europe and other parts of the world.... afro europeans (afropeans) rule!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I don't know if her voice is as original, but looking at her myspace something about her reminds me of Sade. Her look not her sound. I can see some people being into that.

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