‘Sorry To Hurt Your Feelings’: Minister Marion Hall

Cover art for "Sorry to hurt your feelings" by Minister Marion Hall.
Cover art for “Sorry to hurt your feelings” by Minister Marion Hall.
Courtesy Minister Marion Hall

International recording artist Minister Marion Hall has dropped drop a new track, “Sorry to Hurt Your Feelings.”

“The single highlights Marion’s standout vocals and remarkable talent,” said Marie Driven, managing partner of the Brooklyn-based entertainment promotion company, PlaybookMG. “The soulful song is emotional and pushes her latest chapter of sound evolution to greater heights.

“’Sorry To Hurt Your Feelings’ taps into a the high and lows of love,” added Haitian-American Driven. “The cover art depicts a bride looking out over the water with her arms cast out with a gloriously freeing energy.”

The single is a follow-up to “If I Was Famous”, which signaled Hall’s celebrated return to making music.

“Marion’s sound is best described as fusion,” Driven said. “Her reinvention as a Christian, a true Woman of God and faith based influencer has been welcomed by fans worldwide as she continues to grow as a Minister.”

Minister Hall’s musical repertoire includes a variety of genres, including R&B and soul, with touches of rap, gospel, rock, and, of course, dancehall.

Notably, in her former life as the queen of dancehall, she was beloved as Lady Saw.

“She is recognized for breaking boundaries for female performers in her native Jamaica and around the globe,” Driven said. “Marion is a passionate talent and well respected for her many contributions to the music industry.”

Link w/ Minister Marion Hall: IG: @ministermarionhall | TW: @ministermarion | YT: MMH Channel | FB: @MinisterMarionHall Website: marionhallministry.com

 

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