Rising American and Haitian artist Jacques Laine was raised in the Big Apple and automatically absorbed the various musical influences surrounding him. His newest release "Little Haiti (Wine)" is a summer bop that prepares listeners for the hottest season in the year. Inspired by Haitian classics like "Bag La" by Djakout #1, and DJ Douly’s "Ban’m Sa Konsa", the track produced by Aidan Carroll is bolstered by the mix of dancehall and hip-hop. From the crisp guitar riffs and hypnotic grooves and Jacques brings a distinct bravado and confident demeanour to the forefront, as he flexes his verbal biceps while detailing the feel-good vibe of the summer. He is joined by Seddy Hendrinx who leaves his undeniable trap-style melodic rap imprints all over the catchy chorus, and TeaMarrr who helps put the perfect finishing touch, with her amazing voice, magnetic delivery and lush harmonies.
Jacques Laine is currently working on a highly anticipated collaboration project with burgeoning producer Dizzy Banko, who is responsible for Lola Brooke’s "Don’t Play With It", and "Mood Swings" by the late great Pop Smoke, which is set to be released later this fall. Before that though, Jacques will be releasing a deluxe version of his latest album Where To Now? in June, with three exclusive new tracks, led by "Little Haiti (Wine)" featuring Seddy Hendrix, and TeaMarrr.