This is a quick reminder about the promo currently available in my shop: for a limited time, if you buy one copy of my album “Reflective Notes”, you will get another one for free. These are physical, signed copies, and I ship worldwide. Music is a fantastic Christmas gift, be for yourself or for someone you care about, so don’t hesitate, get your CDs now so, maybe, they can arrive on time for Boxing Day 🙂
I decided to have a season-appropriate offer of my album “Reflective Notes”: for the purchase of one physical copy, you will get another one for free! All copies are signed, too, to make them more special.
As a treat, you can download the instrumental version of my original song ‘My Love’ just by clicking here.
Today, I bring a little surprise for you. I have shared already the instrumental version of my original song “My Love” before, but this video (taken before lockdown) in which I perform the vocal version live, isn’t even public on YouTube yet!
“Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran celebrates long-lasting love, the kind that thrives like a little plant on the kitchen window when is watered with care. It is a good song to celebrate your significant other during Valentine’s Day, but also in any other occasion. My sax cover of the song is included in my album “Reflective Notes”.
Valentine’s Day is approaching and I find myself remembering some of the songs I have devoted to the theme of love.
Are you thinking about your plans for Valentine’s Day? Whatever you have in mind (and especially if you are going to stay home) music is essential, and my album “Reflective Notes” has the right vibes for the occasion.
No level of sophistication reached by online music platforms will ever beat the great feeling of having a physical copy of your favourite album or single, even less when it comes signed specially for you! For this reason, I have a limited number of copies of my album “Reflective Notes” available in my webstore.
Check one of the songs Millicent performed at the Christmas Reggae Festival 2019; the lively “She’s Royal” by Jamaican-American singer Tarrus Riley.