German-born and French-raised singer with Caribbean roots, Oceana joins soul music of the '60s with modern beats and contemporary texts on her debut album Love Supply, in stores tomorrow, which features the infectious single "Cry Cry." As the child of a musician, she had the chance to meet entertainers at a young age, including James Brown's famous saxophonist Maceo Parker. It was Maceo's push that made her take the leap to a career as a vocalist. Now using her personal experiences, she writes and sings lyrics about subjects that connect everyone: desire, love and life. Love Supply mixes a fine blend of pop, funk, R'n'B, and reggae for a well rounded, top quality record.
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Oceana is bringing the finest in soul-pop, funk, R’n’B and reggae to the reknowned dance label, Ultra Records. A real cosmopolitan, Oceana has lived in Paris, Hamburg, London, New York, Los Angeles and spent a fair amount of time in Martinique, exploring her Caribbean roots, allowing her to make a rounded, international-sounding album.
Check out the Yahoo-premiered video for the single "Cry, Cry"
"Cry Cry," original and remix, are out on Ultra Records June 1, 2010.
Stream and download the RCRD LBL premiered remix of "Cry Cry" by tech-step outfit out of Germany, Deichkind.