Reggae Fans Don’t Turn Away from C-Ductive.

Don't Walk Away: C-ductive
C-ductive - Don't Walk Away

Reggae fans don’t turn away from the beautiful voice of reggae songstress C-Ductive, your ears and soul won’t allow you to turn away anyway.

They say when something is nice, you do it twice. So it is no surprise that rising reggae artist C-Ductive and Slingshot Jamaica Records have teamed up yet again, for another dancehall reggae scorcher. Just a few months ago the team joined to brings fans the gem called “Mi Nah Fight”

They are at it again, with the equally beautiful song, Don’t Turn Away.

C-Ductive says the song was influenced by her real life experiences as well as well as the experiences of those close to her. “What inspired me to write the song is how ungrateful some people can be,” said C-Ductive. “They get a chance to reach where they believe the grass is greener and completely forget about the ones who helped them to get there.”

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The song is the first to be released on the Slingshot produced Aprecilove Riddim. Producer Slinghot had the following to say about the riddim:

Apprecilove Riddim is a Dancehall Singjay type of vibe. It’s a riddim that gives an artist the advantage to excel musically on it when it comes to lyrics and vocal delivery. The name is a unique one because the majority of people out there would normally say “Appreciate” which means showing gratitude. Rasta would say Apprecilove, so in this case I decided to name it Apprecilove due to my meditation, just being thankful for the accomplishments no matter how small, I Apprecilove it the same.

Don’t Turn Away by C-Ductive is currently available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and wherever all the other leading digital music sites.

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