Recording artiste Sophia Brown has teamed up with fellow artiste, Duane Stephenson, on a soulful acoustic reggae track titled My Religion.
The song, which was produced under Brown’s Music Mecka label, was released last month. She said that it is a track to which everyone can relate.
“It is speaking about promoting love and not hate because no matter how we look at it, racism is still a big factor in our society,” Brown said. With such a strong message delivered over an easygoing beat, it’s no wonder that the song has performed quite well since its release.
“The response has been great, the song is very relatable so I didn’t expect anything less than the response I’m receiving currently. We have also had tremendous feedback as well,” the singer said.
While she started her label in 2006, Sophia Brown has been spreading her art since the 90s. A well-rounded creative, the artiste has balanced her time in the studio with her feats as an accomplished dancer and choreographer. Her previous tracks include Stronger, Senorita and Changes, which features Ginjah.
“I do contemporary, lovers’ rock and social commentary. I make music for everyone; there is something in the Sophia Brown catalogue for everyone,” she said.