This Valentine’s Day, the brilliant Peter Lloyd is launching his fantastic video for the recently-dropped reggae version of John Lennon’s hit ‘Woman’, and the piece is a brilliant throwback to the music videos of days gone by, all whilst bringing the tune into the modern world with stunning, high quality visuals. Female First has the honour of exclusively revealing the video for the track, and without further ado, you can watch the beautiful film below:
Teaming up with legendary Jamaican producer and saxophonist, Dean Fraser on the cover, the singer is proving all over again exactly why he’s made such a name for himself throughout his career to-date.
As a household name in Jamaica, Peter is now hoping to further his star in countries such as the United Kingdom, and we think that if he continues to release brilliant material like this, it shouldn’t be too long before he makes a huge impact on our music scene.
To-date, he’s not only took the world of music by storm, but has appeared in television shows and movies such as Disney’s Return to Treasure Island and Royal Palm Estate, as well as The Mighty Quinn which starred the brilliant Denzel Washington.
Described as the “love messenger” and hailed for having a fantastic attitude and respect for women, Peter Lloyd says that love is the “greatest revolution”, and thinks that the emotion is what will unite us all in the end. Allowing that philosophy to influence his music, he looks to heal the world with his words and soothing tones, and does his all to give back to society.
Inspiring youngsters with his own music and through a reggae/motivational workshop, Peter does everything in his power to deliver his message of love and acceptance. Bringing everybody together, in a world that’s tinged with so much anger and aggression is surely one of the best things an artist can do.
Peter Lloyd is without a doubt one of the most talented artists we've come across as of late, and we can't wait to see what he does next.
For now however, 'Woman' is available for download and streaming.