Marlon Roudette – When The Beat Drops Out

I found an artist of Trinidadian background so, you know I have to support them (my culture!). Born in London to a British music producer and Dominican/Trinidadian designer, Marlon Roudette has grown up with quite the musical influence. His musical career began when his family moved from Trinidad to St. Vincent and then back to London. Roudette has described his music as a mix of reggae, hip-hop and R&B and some of his musical inspirations he draws from are Sam Cooke and Massive Attack. His first hit song, “New Age” reached number one in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. Now, Marlon is back with a new single, with a hint of Caribbean flavour infused with pop titled, “When The Beat Drops Out.”


Marlon Roudette – When The Beat Drops Out



That moment when you know after the first 3 seconds that the song is going to be great. That’s how I felt when I first heard the sweet steel drum hook. It’s a chill track with a relaxing yet danceable beat. In my opinion, Marlon has proved he’s ready for a more international audience and this up tempo pop song is proof of that. Original and notably catchy, Marlon Roudette’s lyrics are more “exposed” and personal. “When The Beat Drops Out” has the potential to be another big hit for this new artist and I’m routing for him to make it in North America.


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