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Dakeye | Let's Stay Together (Love Letter)

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Let's Stay Together (Love Letter)

by Dakeye

Dakeye’s latest release is Let’s Stay Together (Love Letter) on the Kevin Brown produced Elements Riddim. The track not only showcase Dakeye's superb singing abilities, it also shows how much he is as a serious lyricist.
Genre: Reggae: Smooth Reggae
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Richard Marshall, of Marabella Trinidad and Tobago, is also known as Dakeye—the Soulful Crooner. Over the years, he and producer/musician, Kevin Brown, have collaborated on several songs of high quality. In 2000, they released Take Your Time, a song written by Brown and Dakeye over a re-worked version of The Melodian’s, Come On Little Girl. That promotional-only tune was so well received, it charted in the Jamaica Star’s Miami Top 25 chart for that year. In 2009, Dakeye’s song, Chariots in the Sky, was featured in the film A Letter to Dad that starred Mario Van Peebles, John Ashton and Thom Mathews. Over the past couple of years, the two have painstakingly recorded and re-recorded several tunes for commercial release. Singles like Turn It Up (Sexy Beast Riddim) and Just Like A Man (Fallen Riddim) have brought Dakeye back in front of the public eye along with his performances in Trinidad and in the United States. His vocal style reminds many of great singers like, Teddy Pendergrass, Curtis Mayfield, Freddie McGregor or Beres Hammond.

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