Collymore has developed a unique sound...
The Arsenals and two-time Juno award-winner Sonia Collymore.
Sonia Collymore, combines reggae riddims with R&B vocals.
12 of the 13 tracks on her debut album, WYSIWYG.
2003/2005 JUNO Award winning artist, Sonia Collymore has developed a unique sound supported by a bold stage presence. Sonia's niche is Reggae, but over the years she has developed a strong jazz, soul and R&B vocal style. Her music is soulful with a Caribbean twist. Sonia has the unique ability to draw her audience in. She often sings songs on the spot based on audience requests. Sonia sings in English, Spanish and some Italian.
2005 JUNO Award winner Reggae Recording "What You See Is What You Get"
2003 JUNO Award winner Reggae Recording of the Year "You Won't See Me Cry"
2002 Canadian Reggae Music Awards Female Singer of the year (18th Annual)
2001 Canadian Reggae Music Awards Female New Comer of the Year and Single of the Year (17th Annual)
Take us on a journey exploring the history of Jamaican music. The Arsenals bring Studio One ska and rocksteady, as well as classic Reggae – and apply their signature sound to ska'terize favourites from the jazz, swing, rock, R&B and pop music genres.
Sonia has shared the stage with many reggae greats and her vocals can be heard on the Showcase (Canada) and Showtime (USA) television series The L Word. Her song writing skills have been spotlighted by singer Patria and the Pop group 3-Deep as well as highlighted on the Canadian television series Grosse Point.
Singer-Songwriter Sonia Collymore sits down with me and discusses the path to her first Juno Award. Sonia offers advice to aspiring singers, as well as the mindset that helped her through her many successes and challenges.
First big budget music video "Takes Two To Play The Game" Video
Sonia has the unique ability to draw her audience in.
Two-time Juno award-winner (2003 and 2005).
Her voice is as warm and expressive as the soprano that she wraps around her fierce lyrics. 2003 and 2005 JUNO Award winning Reggae Artist, Sonia Collymore, combines reggae riddims with R&B vocals to create a sound that's second to none.
© Copyright - Sonia Collymore We'll Have A Good Time WYSIWYG
Released online: October 22, 2009
Genre: Reggae, Ska & Dub