“I want you” Gavin Kash’s new Christmas release featuring Connis Vanterpool

“I want you” Gavin Kash’s new Christmas release featuring Connis Vanterpool

Gavin Kash is releasing a new song for this Christmas season. Despite the theme, you’ll want to listen to the smooth Caribbean ballad all year round. With backup vocals by Snatra, Gavin Kash has created a song that is reggae-driven but also smooth and melodic in its sound.

The premise behind the new release, “I want you”, is he speaking to a woman he’s interested in, and telling her that she is what he wants for Christmas.

“I want you” features St. Maarten’s Connis Vanterpool on the sax, giving it a unique flair. It is produced by DJ Waco, and mixed and mastered by Big Blacks at Caution Studios.

Kash told the Out ‘n’ About that he tried to create a different sound this time around, leaning on reggae, but also wanting to create something unique. Working with Vanterpool allowed him to do just that.

It’s a feel-good listen with reggae overtones, but the smooth notes of the saxophone really warm up the sound. The artist comes through clearly in this ballad for his potential lady. The hook will get stuck in your head, if you don’t watch out!

“I want you” will be released on November 22 on all platforms: iTunes, Spotify, and wherever you download or stream your music.

“It’s good to do a song with experienced artists,” Kash says. “It’s my first international song and I was able to collaborate with Connis. We’ve worked together before, but now we can come together as musicians and create something beautiful. To share the release with him is a great feeling.”

The song is a very relatable one and, again, can be played year-round. To all of his fans, he’d like to say that you can continue to support him by liking and sharing the song, and subscribing to his pages on social media.

Find Gavin on Facebook @GavinKashPages and Instagram @RealGavinKash; and find Connis Vanterpool on Facebook @ConnisVanterpool.

Special thanks go out to all the people that helped to make the song possible, including Stasha, DJ Waco, Big Blacks, Snatra, and Singing Olivia.