Jamaican singer Foxy Brown, who became known after hitting the reggae charts with the Steely & Clevie produced versions of Tracy Chapman’s “Baby Can I Hold You Tonight” and “Fast Car,” has re-emerged with another potential hit. This time she has collaborated with Josh Harris, CEO and owner of Big Feet Records, for the newly released lovers-rock single “Settling Down.”
Josh originally heard about Foxy from Ricky Wave at Soundwave Studio in Kingston (Jamaica). He then went to work composing the rhythm for her to voice. Unfortunately, they lost contact and was not able to truly connect until a year later. The beat is basically an assortment of altered instrument samples and live performances. Dave Carlson played guitar, Clarity did the DJ vocal in the middle and Josh Harris played all the keyboard parts. And although the song was authored by Dave Gouldburn, Brown delivered it perfectly.
“Settling Down” was initially published in October 2020, but this was prior to Big Feet Records entering into an agreement with Zojak Worldwide. Subsequent to their agreement, Harris decided to re-share the single via Zojak; and so far the response has been outstanding!