CEH New Reggae Releases June 2022 Spotlights Lady Shacklin’s “Love Grow”

Written by: Lesandra Scott

“Only love can grow, I just wanna grow in love with you” is the heartfelt plea of Lady Shacklin in her latest release, “Love Grow”. With Jamaican and Gambian roots, she zealously professes her desire to have a lover she can grow with in a relationship which she does by flexing her vocals on a reggae beat. With fervor, she sings about making sacrifices for the relationship and how much she’s craving to be in the arms of a lover. It is these things that she sings about as well as letting it be known that she possesses a submissive side which, for this lover, she’s ready to put on display.  

Lady Shacklin first came onto the scene about nine years ago, back in 2013. In 2016, she attached visuals to two of her songs “Lonely World” and “War” which had mild success. Last year, in 2021, she released the dancehall-heavy song, “Walk Right”.  Since entering the dancehall and reggae space around 2013, she’s gone on to have performances in Texas where she’s based. One of her latest performances was this year’s Indie Music Soundstage and in February, Lady Shacklin opened for “No Games” artiste, Serani. Lady Shacklin is indeed a very talented vocalist waiting to be discovered; hopefully “Love Grow” would give her the breakthrough she desires.

“Love Grow”  was produced by Ulisses Beats and John-Marc of Lucid House and mixed and mastered by Trak Majors. With a Reggaeville premiere on June 4th, it is the international reggae artiste’s first release of 2022. In the Lucid House-produced visuals, Shacklin showed off her style via stunning strap heels that she paired with a tiger print dress that was cleavage-flirty. On a fun note, the dress glowed in the light for a couple of scenes as she sang in a room dominated by a purple light. The thing that made this scene attractive to look at was its funky aspect for it was littered with colorful, glowing plants.

For more new reggae releases listen to and enjoy our playlist below.

1. Love Grow Lady Shacklin 0:45
2. Ce'Cile x Padrino Cherish My Loving 0:45
3. Somewhere Wonderful Ras-I 0:45
4. I'm For You Gyptian, Khalia 0:45
5. The System Jah Lep feat. Sizzla 0:45
6. Incient Stepping Protoje 0:45
7. Higher Than The Moon A#keem 0:45
8. I And I Chant Mellow Mood with Alborosie, Anthony B and Emeterians 0:45
9. Prayer & Fasting Bugle & Imeru Tafari & East Kings - 0:45
10. Way of Life (feat. Slightly Stoopid) Stick Figure 0:45
11. PCH ft. Nathan Aurora of Iya Terra The Irie 0:45
12. Believer ft Mike Love Nattali Rize 0:45

Hashtags #ladyShacklin #CeCile #Padrino #RasI #Gyptian #Khalia #JahLep #Sizzla #Protoje #Akeem #MellowMood #Alborosie #AnthonyB #Emeterians #Bugle #ImeruTafari EastKings #StickFigure #TheIrie #NataliRize




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