Monday, March 2, 2015

Naomie “Ngozi” Grandison unveils Édé Nou Music Video

“Soulful with a powerful message!” Perhaps the best way to describe the latest video by St Lucia’s Neo-soul singer-songwriter Naomie “Ngozi” Grandison for her music track Édé Nou.
Officially unveiled at an intimate artsy gathering at Orlando’s Restaurant in Soufriere on Saturday February 28th, 2015, the music video which was produced by Ted Sandiford of Acid Kreationz, brings to the fore social issues plaguing Caribbean society. Shot on location in St Lucia’s historic scenic town, Soufriere—the songstress’ hometown—Édé Nou music video vividly paints stories of strife experienced by two young individuals.

Édé Nou is a socially conscious reggae in which Naomie’s unique expressive voice is complimented by live instruments including a smooth exquisite sax rendition by Rob Zii Taylor. The audio was produced by Danyl Daniel of Daniel’s Den.

Édé Nou audio visual production was funded by the Soufriere Regional Development Foundation, and collaborative sponsors Orlando’s Restaurant and Fish Lovers. The video showcases local actors Uriahus Andrew, Kurhil Lamontagne, St. Byranson Soulage (of KomicKingz); Sancha Charlemagne (of Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School), Stevaco Joseph, Giovanni Moses (of Soufriere Action Theatre) Aagee Simpson, Kanye  “Pepe” Desir and Kazia Aurelien.

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Monday, September 8, 2014

"PUSH PUSH" Official Release

Three vibrant homegrown St. Lucian artistes have come together in the spirit of community and positivity to create a pulsating uplifting track entitled "Push Push". When Naomie "Ngozi" Grandison, Christine "Chrycee" Charlemagne and Keen "The Mecca" Cotter where asked to write the theme song for the 2014 Piton Film Festival they were all very excited. Mr. Rawl 'Rossi" Alcide of Dejavu Digital Studios came on board and did a master production.

This fresh addictive track speaks to being determined and persistent on the journey to achieving your dreams. Don't listen to the naysayers, focus on your fire within and never give up, this is what message of the song is. Credit goes to Mr. Zack Popo who tastefully enhances the track with his electrical guitar solos.

 Founders of the Piton Film Festival; Mr Ed Umoja Herman, Ms Kathleen Walls ( both of Sisters in Harmony) and Ms Emeyln Stuart (of the Oktober Film Festival in New York) expressed deep satisfaction with the production and look forward to the song being aired at the Film Festival in New York in October this year.

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Naomie Co-Writes Piton Film Festival Theme Song

The Piton Film Festival founded by Mr. Ed Herman, a St. Lucian born US resident and founder of Sisters In Harmony, along with established producer/film maker Ms. Emerlyn Stuart of the New York Oktober Film Festival, is giving nationals a great opportunity to showcase their films and get an opportunity to be featured in New York to leaders in show business.

When I was asked to write the theme song along with fellow performer Chrycee, I was very excited. We have been in studio with producer Rawl Rossi Alcide developing a phenomenal track. It speaks of pushing forward with determination despite the nay-sayers ! Stay Tuned folks "Push Push" will be released on Sept. 4th at BLU Hotel during the Piton Film Festival slated for September 4th to 7th, 2014.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Ngozi Wins Another Monarch: Inter Commercial House 2014

It was certainly a night to remember. All geared up and excited, accompanied by #teamturningpoint #teamngozi. We were focused on doing our best to communicate the message of "addiction being a disease" very clearly. I got into character as an alcoholic, did some deep breathing to fight the nerves. All I know is, I went out there and gave it my best, representing the Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centre, "Turning Point" with pride. We all gave it our best and victory was ours in the end. I really felt the love from all #teamhealth supporters. After my performance I said hello to Ricky T and he told me that it was great performance and he was supporting me. Great hearing that from the most successful soca calypso artiste from St. Lucia. :)

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Ngozi is the first ever Complex Kaiso Monarch

2014 Complex Kaiso Winner Nomie "Ngozi" Grandison
It was a lovely experience at the Complex Kaiso Competition on June 6th. My first time competing and emerging victorious as the first ever Monarch of the competition. I wrote a song about those struggling with the disease of addiction entitled " Turning Point". I represented the Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Centre in my island. Giving thanks to the Divine and all those who carried me through. Look out for me at the Inter Commercial Competition on July 15th at the NCC, Bernard Hill Castries.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Naomie Grandison is the only Caribbean artist featured in the international "In This Together" CD compilation project. This project is spear headed by the Los Angeles, CA-Music publishing company Heyday Media Group. "In This Together" benefits Sound Art , a non-profit organization devoted to providing underprivileged inner city youth a comprehensive, hands-on music education. The project features Sound Art's very own youth performance group, Breed Street Rookies and also spotlights original, unreleased recordings from Heyday artists as well as voices from around the globe including Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and St. Lucia. The CD was officially released on 20th November 2012.

Naomie adds a unique island alternative touch- with her soulful voice, poetic lyrics and soothing music. This love song entitled " Waiting For You" is no. 9 on the CD compilation. It is written by her; produced by Johann Deterville (a St. Lucian born- Canadian based producer) and features guitarist Matt Stevens from Ontario Canada. Listen and download the album at the link below. to listen and download :)