Peaking at number 1 in the UK, Jamaica, and South Africa charts, “Make It With You” gives classic reggae vibes with a soulful twist. “Make It With You” is something different from the typical sound, fusing together a soulful soundscape with very classic afro-beat origins. “Make it with You” is a blissful reggae track filled with emotion. Michael Dawikins has put together a soulful masterpiece that feels like rhyme and flow, ultimately paving the way for a more creative, sensitive, and immersive classic sound of Reggae in a modern way.
As a result of the inspirational loving mood shift, the audience’s spirits are lifted as a result to believe in making love work. It is only a brief moment, but the swagger and empowerment of Michael’s lyrical passages are swiftly restored, and we begin to connect with the bold and beautiful undertones that run throughout this song.
“Make It With You” sheds new light on the artist’s internationally renowned talents, striking a chord with spectators because of its transparency, fragility, purity, and the powerful artistic thread that runs through the work. Perfect for a night out in the city with your lover and my personal favorite from Michael’s line of work.
Michael Dawikins keeps things simple yet effective, with a creative, almost soothing beat, excellent vocal rhythm, flashes of melody, and an overall song that grabs the listener’s attention while also energizing them.
We know that a lot of you are here to strictly find your next favorite artist and song, so if you want to get right into the music, check it out below! Michael Dawikins will not disappoint.
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Artist Interview: Michael Dawikins
Modern Soulful Music: What made you decide to jump into the music industry or music business?
Michael Dawikins (MD:) It was an inborn concept, early in my life I was surrounded by music personalities such as Dennis Brown, Rappa Robert, Tippa Lee, and producer Barry Clark who took me into his camp. I know that I have something to offer and that I can make a difference on the music scene so I decided to become an artist.
What do you think makes you stand out from all the other aspiring and upcoming artists in your genre of music?
MD: The emphasis with the regularity of how I practice brings out the difference in my sound and that’s why I stand out from the rest.
If you could collaborate with ANY artist/band… Who would you choose and why?(required)
MD: Stevie Wonder, because he is one of my favorite singers and I love the strong positive messages in some of his musical compositions.
Out of all the songs you’ve released, what do you think is your Best song and why?
MD: That is a very hard question to answer because I have many great songs, but what I can say is that the song that break down many doors for me and gave me the most recognition in Jamaica and worldwide is “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother.”
Between creating in the studio OR performing live on stage, which is your most enjoyable one and why?
MD: I enjoyed performing live on stage, especially with a band because I feel more creative with a natural vibe.
What would you consider the most successful or proudest moment in your music career, so far?
MD: My proudest moment in the music business is when I achieved my first number 1 song on the USA iTunes top 100 reggae chart, # 1 on the Belgium reggae chart, and # 1 on Street Link Jamaica’s reggae chart with the same song. The song is titled “Baby I’m A Want You.”
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