DURING the 1990s, teenage reggae singer Singing Sweet shot to the top of the local charts with his cover versions of When I See You Smile and Donna.
The latter a Richie Valens original, while When I See You Smile was an international smash hit for rock band Bad English.
However, just as Singing Sweet was emerging as a staple on the scene, he migrated to the United States.
Now in his 30s, the singer is hoping re-establish his presence in the country of his birth. He said during his absence from the local scene, he did a few gigs.
“I was always performing on the international scene. I’ve done shows across the United States, in the Caribbean and in Europe,” he told the Jamaica Observer.
Currently with the Big Ship label, Singing Sweet — whose given name is Paul McFarlane — has a few releases out.
This song is unreleased and only available here as a promo but will be available on our 1st ever compilation album in 2020