Singer Romain Virgo this week released his explosive sophomore album, The System.The album which exhibits Virgo’s musical growth since releasing his self-titled debut album, Romain Virgo in June 2010, features 15 hard-hitting tracks.
He says this album does not represent a departure from the style which brought him to the fore, but there is evidence of musical exploration. “People will definitely hear the growth in my music, style and the topics I choose to explore on this album. The System is about all the facets of life: from everyday problems to love, poverty, making the right decisions, and so on. So there is definitely something for everyone on this album.”
The System will feature a number of previously released singles including the title track, System, the hit Rich In Love, the powerful, I Know Better, and the well-produced reggae remake of the Adele original, Don’t You Remember.
Virgo says, “We released four of the tracks on the album as singles so fans could get a taste of the new albumand a hint of the quality and topic range that would be coming on the album. We hope that they will not only go out and get the album, but also listen to it and rank it among their favourites and classics.”
The singer also says among the chief producers who made the album possible were Donovan Germain, Shane Brown, and Dawin and Omar Brown of Vikings Productions. “I have to say a big thank you to them and everyone on my team who helped to make this possible, and I really hope the fans love the album as much as we do.”
Another Day Another Dollar
Food Fi Di Plate
Dem A Coward
I Know Better
Rich In Love
Ray Of Sunshine
Fired Up Inside
Don’t You Remember (Adele Cover)
Broken Heart feat. Busy Signal