Mario Evon Serenades Us with “Soul Tek”

*Photos courtesy of Mario Evon & Reynaldo Martin

Have you ever experienced a deep, romantic connection with someone you’ve met for the very first time?  Mario Evon sure has; in “Soul Tek”, the reggae-soul singer/songwriter describes his serendipitous encounter with a beautiful girl.  According to Mario, soul tek is “the state of being experienced, when the spiritual or immortal part of a human is captivated by the essence of another human upon first exposure.  It is often categorized by increased heart rate and an overwhelming desire to access and remain in the company of the other human in order to sustain the connection.”

“Soul Tek”, Mario’s first single off his debut album Reggae-Soul M.E. on Love Volume 1, was recorded at Bob Marley’s legendary Tuff Gong Studios in Jamaica with a live band.  Evon’s smooth vocals and mollifying melodies create a catchy hook on the chorus:

Mi soul tek, mi soul tek yu baby
Soul tek to yu nah lie
Mi soul tek, mi soul tek to yu baby
Soul tek to yu cyaan hide

Sing along as you watch his new music video.  What do you think of “Soul Tek”?  Comment below!  “Soul Tek” is now available on iTunes, Amazon and Bandcamp.  You can follow Mario Evon on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

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Golden Chyld Addresses Infidelity in “Joanna Wine”

*All photos courtesy of Golden Chyld and used with permission.

Have you ever been cheated on?  If so, you can definitely relate to the lyrics of Golden Chyld’s brand new song “Joanna Wine”.  This Canadian dancehall/reggae artist addresses the issue of infidelity that plagues our society.  During the chorus, Golden Chyld sings to his unfaithful significant other:

“Well you got Joe, well meet Miss Joanna Wine.

[She doesn’t] only love me my for my dollar card.

When I’m with you, she’ll be on my mind,

And all she wants is my time.”

In this plot driven music video, Golden Chyld handles his situation on his own terms.  Instead of getting mad, he gets even and finds a mistress of his own.  Watch until the end to see the conclusion of his story (there’s a nice twist that we won’t give away)!

What do you think of Golden Chyld’s music video for “Joanna Wine”?  Comment below!

You can follow Golden Chyld on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and MySpace.  “Joanna Wine” is available now on iTunes.