Grenadian singer/songwriter Sabrina Frances releases her 4th song of the year
The consistent releasing of new songs is not the only thing on Sabrina’s personal bucket list for 2021. Together with her small team she embarked on the journey of improving their skills in video making.
Sabrina Frances releases her 4th song of the year
Grenadian singer/songwriter Sabrina Francis is on track with her ambitious goal for 2021 to release each month a new song.
Sabrina Francis says about her new song:
“Life is a constant struggle, but as long as we keep moving forward and play our parts, we can impact change.”
The song captures what most of us experience in our every day lives, especially during the last challenging year. The mood of the song is melancholic, but as always with Sabrina’s songs it’s soothing and gives hope.
The consistent releasing of new songs is not the only thing on Sabrina’s personal bucket list for 2021. Together with her small team she embarked on the journey of improving their skills in video making. The official music video for “Get Out There” will be released on Monday the 19th of April. All aspects of the video production have been executed within her team: the story development, the recording and the editing.
“For me as a singer/songwriter the visualization of a song is an adventure. I am amazed about the level of details the video making asks for. The story, the location, the colors, the mood, the actors, the equipment…all has to play together. And only with a lot of experience you can say if it will work as a whole in advance. For us, in the process of learning, these last 4 weeks were quite nerve racking. But I hope that my fans will like it.”
Sabrina’s songs are available on all common platforms like spotify, itunes or amazon.
In the last month Sabrina Francis was also working together with other Caribbean artistes on a song which has been launched by the OECS with the goal to attract attention to the issue of pollution of the marine environment. “More than Just Islands” features ten artistes from the six OECS member states, next to Sabrina Francis and Jevaugh “V’ghn” John also Ricardo Drue and Claudette Peters of Antigua, Michele Henderson of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Teddyson John and Ronald “Boo” Hinkson of Saint Lucia, Rodney Small and Gamal “Skinny Fabulous” Doyle of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Geffen “Woo” Gerrald of Montserrat.
The music video https://youtu.be/hF61x2NKRUo launched on April 14 2021 is one of a number of knowledge tools to be rolled out under ReMLit’s (Reduction of Marine Litter Project) public awareness and behavior change component. Anchored by the slogan “Tackling Ocean Pollution, from Turf to Surf”, the campaign seeks to help OECS Member States to understand the integral relationship between land and sea, the impacts of bad on-land practices on marine ecosystems, and the role of policymakers, commercial operators and all other stakeholders.
The timing of the release of both songs “Get Out There” and “More than Just Islands” couldn’t have been better. Both songs are appealing and meaningful at the same time, urging the music lovers to think and act for the betterment of our world.