Title: Take It For Love
Artist: Cara Feral
Take it for love is a new Different Pattern riddim song by the new artiste Cara Feral.
Chic, flaunty and colorful, the song video has much to go with the flow of the dance-able music. This is the type of song that most appeals to the girly teenage audience, given the use of dolls, bright color and short dress mixed with an awakening of the sex appeal.
The tune is mild with the lyrics repetitive, making it a sing-along kind of tune. It has a happy Wednesday afternoon tone, and is more of something you would find yourself singing subconsciously rather than play when feeling any other type of way.
Take it for love kind of reminds you of “Tight Up Skirt”, because at first you don’t really know what to make out of it, but then later its registered in your memory and seemingly everyone else’s memory so you join the flow.
It is a song worth its video and color. And like the name suggests, take it for love.
The song will be on her reggae dance-hall album set to launch in August this year titled, ‘Hooked on You’. It features some songs produced by Jamaican producers and 1 from Malawi and Kenya.
Big up Cara!!
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