When Singing Melody began his journey with his latest album, he did so with the intent of making one of the best albums fans inside and outside of Jamaica would appreciate; an album that reflected the best of his vocal abilities combined with music his musical tastes.
The result of Singing Melody's collective best is the album "They Call Me Mr. Melody". Produced with some of the industries top producers such as Cordel 'Skatta' Burrell, Tony 'CD' Kelly (multiple Grammy award winner for Reggae and Gospel) with another Grammy winner Lynford 'Fatta' Marshall taking the lead. The producers laid the foundation for Mr. Melody to paint his picture of Reggae music; the result of his Reggae picture is a potential Grammy nomination!
Songs such as "Collide," and "Smile" featuring U-Roy charted in countries such as Canada, USA, Africa, the UK, and Aruba, earning the artist features on multiple websites including MSN Media Guide in which Melody was featured along with Jennifer Lopez and Britney Spears.
Upon hearing the news of making the short list of candidates for a Grammy nomination, Singing Melody said "This has come as such as surprise to me! I am thankful that the Grammy committee is considering my album, and I hope to make the final list!" With that statement, Melody, who was not aware he made the list because of his volunteering commitments to the Obama campaign, has begun to rally both fans and Grammy voters to support his album being in final contention.
Released on the artists' home label of Shem Music and Fat Eyes Productions, and distributed by VP Records, media such as UnitedReggae.com, MSN Music and The Jamaica Observer all agree that Melody didn't disappoint fans with this disk. The album is critically acclaimed.
Singing Melody's album, "They Call Me Mr. Melody," was released in January 2012 and features 13 tracks which range from Reggae to Ska and a little Gospel. This is the artists' sixth studio album and marks one of the best releases for the year.