The term “Rêver” is actually a french term meaning to consider, reflect or be delirious.
The song has a smooth blend of French and English, with a combination of distinctive vocal talent.
The G-Islands Film-directed visual features a seductive female who Kellingston is highly captivated by.
The song was produced by produced by Cali P for Hemp Higher Productions, and Jack of All Trades (J.O.A.T.).
Cali P moved to Jamaica in 2010 to further his 13-year career as a reggae musician.
“I am thankful every day that I really made this decision to come here. Musically, it makes my possibilities unlimited because I really get to work with the people I like to work with. No one is out of reach. You can always reach your musician brethrens and sistrens,” the artiste offered.
Having followed the path reggae charted for him through Switzerland and Guadeloupe, Cali P has gained invaluable experience and insight into the genre and its scope in the countries.
So when he says reggae music in Jamaica has no competition, it’s hard not to believe him.
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