{In praise of Older Women?} “Cougar” from Nadine Sutherland & Produced by Jah-Snowcone Entertainment

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Billboard chart topping producer Rohan ‘Jah Snowcone‘ Fuller has teamed up with legendary Reggae songbird Nadine Sutherland for the spicy single “Cougar,” a tribute to the phenomenon of sexy and sassy mature women who attract younger men.

Sutherland, who has been singing professionally since being signed by Bob Marley to Tuff Gong Records as an adolescent, has enjoyed a lengthy career as one of Reggae’s most recognizable voices. Of her many career highlights — including internationally successful collaborations such as 1994’s “Action” with Terror Fabulous, and “Anything for You” with Billboard topping Dancehall artist Snow, Dancehall legends Beenie Man and Buju Banton, Terror Fabulous, Louie Culture, and Kulcha Knox — Sutherland can count her current stint as one of the judges on Jamaica’s most popular televised talent search Rising Stars as one of her latest contributions to Jamaica’s music industry.

Sutherland, along with Rising Star judges Clyde McKenzie and Anthony Miller, hasbeen largely responsible for launching the careers of a fresh crop of Reggae singers including 2003 Rising Star winner Christopher Martin and 2007 winner Romain Virgo.

Cougar” is the current single from Jah Snowcone Entertainment. Heralded for his outstanding production skills, Snowcone is perhaps best known for producing Sean Paul’s #1 Billboard single “Temperature,” on the Applause Riddim –for which he received an ASCAP Pop Music Award — Snowcone has also produced the Rice & Peas, 7-11, Cheerful, and Landscape riddims. He has worked with everyone from Bounty Killer and Elephant Man to Wyclef, Salaam Remi and P Diddy.

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