Jamaica’s Cherine Anderson (born 25 September 1984, Rockfort, East Kingston, Jamaica is a Jamaican actress and dancehall/reggae vocalist.
She is one of Jamaica’s leading young female singer/songwriters and performers.
Her acting career began in the film Dancehall Queen (1997) as the role Tanya. She is also known for playing the character Serena in the 2003 Jamaican film, One Love.
Anderson has worked and performed with Sly and Robbie, Sting, Wyclef Jean, Bootsy Collins, Jimmy Cliff, Michael Franti and others. She contributed to several Independent Online Distribution Alliance compilation releases prior to the success of her January 2006 single, “Good Love”, which appeared on a compilation showcasing the riddim of Jimmy Riley’s “Love & Devotion”. “Good Love” appeared on the 2008 Grammy nominated album, Anniversary, by Sly and Robbie and the Taxi Gang.
Her genre defying grooves coupled with her powerful voice and thought provoking lyrics have brought her in front of well over 1,000,000 live audience fans.
Find out more by visiting her website HERE
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