Renowned for captivating music lovers with her infectious hooks and her ability to get fans moving while feeling empowered, Jamaican-born, singer-songwriter Hoodcelebrityy is set to get fans dancing in parties again with “Catch It.”
Brooklyn-based Jamaican entertainment publicist Ronnie Tomlinson, chief executive officer of Destine Media, Inc., told Caribbean Life that “Catch It,” produced by Trackstarr, who also produced “Walking Trophy”, has a “catchy hook and is reminiscent of the 2000’s dancehall scene.”
“I wanted to bring back real dancing vibe in parties,” Hoodcelebrityy said. “I recall going to parties back in the days and everyone was dancing, the music captivated everyone in such a way that we didn’t have time to take photos. We were too busy on the dancefloor. That is the vibe of ‘Catch It.’”
“A throwback to bashment basement parties when all people did was dance and have a good time, Hoodcelebrityy shares an authentic vibe and highlights a very popular dance in the Tri-State back in 2014, called ‘Bronx Wine’, created by Carlos Almonte ‘BB Bronx’”, Tomlinson said.
She said “Catch It” is “a free-up song.”
“When listening to this song, I want people to dance and feel free, to go to a place where you can be stress-free for a few minutes and have fun,” said Hoodcelebrityy, who is also kicking off her “Catch It” Tour, performing at world renown Gramercy Theatre in New York City on Jan. 23, 2022.
The concert, which is set to have surprise guests and live band accompanying Hoodcelebrityy, is slated to be “a memorable event, bringing her party vibe to a city near you,” Tomlinson said.
With close to 100 million in worldwide audio streams and over 75 million in video views, Hoodcelebrityy “embodies female empowerment through her music with subjects that reflect real life,” Tomlinson said.
“From celebrating women (‘Walking Trophy’) to sexy party anthem (‘Boom Pon It’), and inspirational affirmations like ‘Champion’ Hoodcelebrityy’s music creates an undeniable mood for music lovers worldwide,” she added.