Simple Rattigan returns to music

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Friday, September 07, 2018

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Simple Rattigan makes a return to the music scene with Think About , produced by Speedy Ace Records.

The singer is upbeat about the track.

Think About is doing extremely well and getting a lot of airplay across the globe, especially in the European countries including the United Kingdom, The Bahamas and Costa Rica. I am hoping to reach additional platforms,” said Simple Rattigan.

He explained his absence from the music scene.

“I became a father and I wanted to spend time with my daughter. I wanted to be the best father to her,” he said.

Born Clifton George Rattigan, he made his entry onto the music scene in 2009 with his debut single It Nuh Pretty. His other songs include Dem Dead, Too Great and It's Crazy (produced by MV Music).

Two years ago he got some international recognition when he teamed with Italian producer Paola Baldini on the track Come Now.

“The song gave me good international exposure where I was able to work with other producers internationally,” he said.

Simple Rattigan says he is bringing something unique to the music.

“I have a unique style of singing with range and melody. I'm like a reggae/R&B singer with respect, very humble and simple.”

— Kevin Jackson

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