Smile (Dais We) | Voice | Trinidad & Tobago 2019

What is it about Aaron St. Louis aka Voice that makes his songs so interesting, so compelling and just so damn good? Is it his singing style, his vocal tonality or just his ability to stitch together lyrical content that while poignant are always uplifting in nature. This song follows that story line, a compelling contribution that makes you feel sad, happy but invoking the feeling that we should keep hope alive! The message is in the name of the song...Smile (Dais We)!

From the very start of the song we are being schooled, "This place eh no bed ah roses, still be smile"! Throughout the sing the lyrical content provides hope not just for Trinidad and Tobago but for the entire Caribbean region; we need to show our best "Smile"!

Indeed, we need to show our best smile even though times are difficult, we need to keep hope alive... the message is to continue smiling! We love the work this talented son of the soil continues to bring us. Smile (Dais We) as in 'That is how we live" if you wondered about the 'Dais We' in the naming of the song. We added that for those who are not tuned in to Caribbean ling. Kudos to all those who have contributed to Voice's development and to the production team on this song.

The song has so much to feel good about... we love the fact that Voice blessed us with the beautiful voice of Marge Blackman on background vocals. Then again the guitar work on this production is really good... so sweet; thank you Jeremy McIntosh! The music on this song is ridiculously good and for that we have to thank Fisherman Project, Nikholai Greene & Arnold Gran. Keep working together guys and for heavens sake, lock down Voice for future projects!

BTW: This song is Perfect!

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Music Release Notes:
There’s an innate resilience that we as Caribbean people seem to have. Whether we are ravaged by natural disasters, plagued by crime or faced with tough economic situations we always find that silver lining. Some say it’s naivety but I think it’s strength. That’s what this song is all about. Caribbean people...our strength, our unity, our Smile!

Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Smile (Dais We)
Performed by: Voice
Written by: Aaron St Louis aka "Voice"
Produced by: Fisherman Project, Nikholai Greene & Arnold Grant
Bass & Guitars: Jeremy McIntosh
Background Vocals: Marge Blackman
Mixed by: Precision Productions
Artwork by: Royalty Club

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