Hailing from both St. Vincent and London, Marlon Roudette’s music is characterized as a mix between pop and reggae with notable influences from Gregory Isaacs, Sam Cooke, Massive Attack, and Sade.
His fresh, genre-mixing sound helped coin the term “Rave & B.”
Marlon’s single “When the Beat Drops Out” (check out the video HERE) has been released internationally and has alreadyachieved a #1 chart position in 6 countries, a #2 position in 8 countries, and both gold and platinum certifications in 4 countries.
Marlon Roudette – When The Beat Drops Out
The song has also seentopworldwideShazam positions,has been streamednearly 20million times on Spotify, andhasworldwidevideo viewsof10 million.In the UK, where the song was justserviced to radio and will be released March 1st,it recently jumped 72 spots to #28 on the UK Shazam Chart in just one week and now sits at #16.
The debut albumElectric Soulwill be released in the U.S. later thisyear. Hisalbum features excellent production by Tim Bran and Roy Kerr – best known for their work with London Grammar;and was mixed by Andrew Dawson(Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy). Marlon is the son of notable record producer Cameron McVey(Massive Attack, Portishead, All Saints, Sugababes)and the stepson of Neneh Cherry.
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