The enchanting French Chanson sensation, Miel de Botton, has teamed up with Bahamian singer and producer Mr Clinton ‘Roachie’ Outten, to deliver the perfect winter warmer, the Bad Men Reggae remix.
Miel has worked with artists from Jessie J to David D’Or, developing and producing sincere and passionate music, as well as performing across prestigious venues all over London and internationally. The collaboration with the world peace promoter Roachie follows the success of the release and exclusive video premiere of Bad Men on The Telegraph this summer.
Roachie is a specialist when it comes to making modern music and together with Miel he has created a timeless Reggae anthem for 2014.
Roachie is known for inspiring the world with his music. Previous partnerships include work with prominent leaders on the issue of gun violence such as former Prime Minister Tony Blair and then London Mayor Ken Livingston. He has performed internationally promoting world peace to audiences of 100,000s across world renowned stages, including Nelson Mandela’s birthday celebration in Hyde Park in 2009.
The Bad Men Reggae Remix is out now on iTunes, ahead of the release of Miel de Botton’s forthcoming debut album ‘Magnetic’ with producer Andy Wright (Simply Red, Eurythmics, Jeff Beck, and Natalie Imbruglia).
MIEL – BAD MEN ROACHIE REMIX is OUT NOW!
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