Bad gyal Ce’cile’s on her way to T&T and she’s teaming up with S. Winchester.

You know Ce’cile right? The Jamaican female who’s been getting rave reviews around the globe for her mix of grit, sophisticated sex appeal and confident lyrical explosions. Yes, the hot gyal Ce’cile who brought us her compilation, ‘ Worth It’ in January and who’s impressed crowds across the Caribbean and internationally with her sultry style that’s proven incomparable since she stepped onto the scene in the late 90’s; that Ce’cile’s coming to Trinidad on July 14th.

Wondering what she’s coming for, are you? Well, in yet another wicked fusion of soca and dancehall, Shurwayne Winchester’s teamed up with the Jamaican singer in a remix of his track, ‘Rough Wine.’

The track was released for T&T’ Carnival 2K9 and now with Ce’cile’s vocals adding sexual spice, there’s no doubt that the pair will indeed do damage in the lead up to the Brooklyn Labour Day festival.

An accompanying video’s being shot on July 15th by Lisa Whickam’s Ezone Entertainment, following which Cecile will fly out of Trinidad on July 16th.

The ‘Rough Wine’ collaboration is Winchester’s third with a Jamaican chart topper so far this year, his first being ‘Make It Yours’ alongside, reggae mastermind, Maxi Priest. That was followed by his  ‘All I Need’ collabo with Serani. Now, with the making of this video, there’s no doubt that the track will be pushed into gear, setting the pace for the rest to follow.



Caribbean-based Soca Mega-Star Shurwayne Winchester is phenomenal on and off stage. He has performed for audiences across North America and the Caribbean, Europe and India. In 2004, Shurwayne won the Road March title for the hit, “De Band Coming, following up in 2005 with a second title win for, “Dead or Alive.” He started his career at the age of twelve and hasn’t faltered since. He has proven his worth as a prolific songwriter and singer, topping charts and receiving numerous awards throughout the years. In 2006 Shurwayne created history by becoming the first person ever to win both the Power Soca Monarch and Groovy Soca Monarch competitions at the International Soca Monarch Competition, in Trinidad with his massive hits “Can’t Wait” and “Don’t Stop” respectively. These days the artiste, along with his newly formed band Y.O.U. are diligently working on bringing hits, not just for the local arena, but for the world at large.