What's better than one iconic reggae-pop superstar? Four sisters slaying the genre together. FOUREVER1, comprised of 23-year-old identical quadruplets, have taken the music business by storm after pairing with manager and producer Randy Jackson to release their introductory single "All About Tonight" back in 2016. The sister supergroup has since amiably parted ways with Jackson, leading them to find producer Clayton Williams to drop their highly-anticipated follow up single, "On My Way".
FOUREVER1, comprised of 23-year-old identical quadruplets, have taken the music business by storm...
Born in Miami, raised in the Bahamas and now stationed in the largest industry mecca of the world, Los Angeles, the sisters have thus been exposed to a wide array of musical influences. Incorporating dancehall, reggaeton, world and pop, FOUREVER1 likes to keep their lyrics lighthearted and their beats bubbly. "On My Way" exhibits all the best qualities in pop music: love, late nights and lust all coming together in a "less work, more play" mentality. Co-written by the sisters as well as Stephen Suckarie of New Kingston and Cheyenne "Pops" Harrell of Jake & Papa, the single has reggae qualities embedded throughout. The track's harmonics also display the sisters' wide vocal range!
But, the fun doesn't stop there! "On My Way" is just a taste of the band's forthcoming self-titled EP, due out this year. For more information on FOUREVER1 or to find the single online today, visit the links below or www.fourever1.com.