This is the latest hit from the pretty pop singer, whose sensational vocals first came to prominence during her stint as part of the Jamaican Reggae/Crossover trio, Brick and Lace. Since its release, the video for Trouble has made it to the top 20 charts in Uganda and Kenya, and has earned a four week feature on Tempo’s Cross Caribbean Countdown, peaking at #3.
Before the video release, the catchy track was holding its own, having broken into the UK Music Week Top 30 Club Charts where it stayed for 6 weeks.
“Initially we never even planned to do a video for the song, but we started receiving tremendous feedback and requests for a video to accompany the vocals. The requests just became so overwhelming that we had to do it for the fans and I am happy to see the result and the reception that it has been getting,” said Nyanda.
Nyanda recently appeared on the 22nd staging of Jamaica’s annual Reggae Sumfest music festival where she gave an electrifying performance alongside The Wizard, Chedda, Mr. Lexx and Kat Deluna. The spirited vocalist is not only currently working on the completion of her album, which is expected in 2015, but is also featured on upcoming albums from Cham and European Pop singer Arash.
The former Brick and Lace singer was named as Goodwill Ambassador for Youth Organizations in Uganda through the Reach a Hand programme, where she headlined a Women’s Day Concert and is actively engaged in educating youths on issues surrounding teenage pregnancy and STIs. She also recorded and released a single for the campaign titled, Your Ways. The buzz being created by the hit single Trouble, and its recently released video, has fuelled a wave of popularity for Nyanda, with sparkling reviews being received across several markets.