Tender Touch – Patra (Music Video)

Female Dancehall giant Patra who ruled the ladies’ dancehall scene in the 90’s and 00s is back with a brand new track after last year’s ‘Gimmi Way’. The new, self produced, track called ‘Tender Touch’ is a more sexy, smooth love (making) song than the ruff and tuff dancehall bangers we are used to hearing from the Queen of the Pack. We can’t wait for the next tune, and even more hope to see Patra live on stages worldwide again.

Tender Touch encapsulates Patra’s signature style while showcasing her evolution as an artiste. The soulful Reggae-Dancehall fusion single details how a woman should take control of her situation without aggression but with simplicity and sensuality… a tender touch is what she wants. The track was recorded at Mixing Lab with engineer Michael Williamson and the video shot on location in Port Royal by Anthony Bailey Media. Renowned saxophonist Dean Fraser and Kirk Bennett represent the calibre of musicians on the project which is distributed by VPAL Music. The singer/songwriter/producer signed a deal with the music power houses, VP Records/VPAL Music/The Orchard, due to her music history with the aforementioned whilst she was signed to SONY – immediately recognizing the decision as the perfect fit for her artistic journey based on cultural familiarity; regional access and industry expertise. 

The 12-track album ‘PATRA’ – set for a late summer release, is 95% completed and the “Worker man” “Pull Up to the Bumper” and “Romantic Call” hitmaker makes it clear that she owns all her masters this-time-around. She says “This project has allowed me to dig deep into myself as a writer”, promising that fans and new listeners will be getting back to love, sensuality and positive energy with this collection of quality music. Patra hits the gym six days per week and what you see in her latest video 

Patra’s self-titled album also features international producers from Brazil, France, Martinique and the U.S. The “Queen of the Pack” is now managed by the Solid Agency Company, which she describes as a deliberate and strategic move for her future in music as she remains dedicated to her craft and her already incomparable career.