International recording artist Cecile Charlton, p/k/a Ce’Cile, born in Jamaica, is

the original self-imposed Bad Gyal. She is still on her mission – to seduce the

world with her musical-style – one song at a time, one album at a time, and one

This innovative, intelligent and creative diva has proven she has the skill-set

required to produce and record international hits. It’s her penchant for

controversy, which first introduced her to the music business. Her flair has kept

the international media and all of her fans tuned in, whether she sings over

traditional reggae beats or raps on pulsating dancehall riddims.

Ce’Cile has always been a pioneer. She broke into the dancehall scene with the

self-produced, shockingly refreshing, and thought provoking hit, “Changez.”

Designed primarily as a marketing ploy, it poked fun at her male counterparts

while quickly spreading across dancehall’s macho braggadocio, lampooning

music’s biggest male names with unflattering speculations about their bedroom

performances. Not surprisingly, it won her a host of female fans and attention. As

the most outspoken female, especially on issues concerning women, Ce’Cile has

never felt trapped from expressing her personal views. She is bold, brutally

honest in her lyrics and emotional when speaking about the heart and being hurt

From an extensive catalog of music, her song “Can You Do Di Wuk” which later

became a duet with Sean Paul, landed her on his Grammy winning,

multi–platinum selling album Dutty Rock. The track became a natural selection

for DJs worldwide and made it possible for her to join Sean in Europe during his

Dutty Rock tour for several shows, including the European MTV Awards Pre-

Party and at Wembly Stadium in the UK. She has since toured the Caribbean,

the USA, Africa, Asia and Europe, bringing her unique and ever-expanding style

to festivals such as Geel, Summer Jam, Rototom, Dour, Splash, Chiemsee

Reggae, Juicy Beats, Szigeti and many others.

In Germany, Ce’Cile captured the number one position on the Black German

Music Charts, beating out mainstream acts like Black Eyed Peas, Ray J,

Eminem, Kid Cudi and Ginuwine. This groundwork in the German music

market led to crossover hits like: “Rude Bwoy Thug Life” and “Hot Like We” –

which were repackaged in a Bravo Black Hits compilation, with video viewership

surpassing over 1.5 million views. Her 2008 album “Bad Gyal” was the best-

selling Reggae album in Germany, landing her a live performance and other

appearances at the BMX World Championship party in Cologne. In 2010, Ce’Cile

reached the #20 position on the UK POP Charts with the collaboration “Gold

Dust,” produced by London’s DJ Fresh. The song was re-serviced in 2013,

where it received more chart topping success selling over 400,000 copies to-

date. Other genre-crossing collaborations include singles with British break-beat

producers, Stanton Warriors and the electronica wizard, Amon Tobin.

Ce’Cile has collaborated throughout her career with elite, platinum and multi-

platinum artists, including; Trina, Shaggy, Timbaland, Flo Rida, Beenie Man,

Elephant Man, Sean Paul, Gavin Rossdale (the Rocker and former husband of

Gwen Steffani), Spanish songstress Debbie Nova, DJ Fresh, Lady Saw and

Olivia. Ce’Cile is still one of the few Dancehall artists to be featured in Source

Magazine, Vibe Magazine, XLR8R Magazine and the German edition of Playboy

Her upcoming album, aptly titled “STILL RUNNING,” is tentatively scheduled for

release in October 2014 on SoBe Entertainment International, her present

label, which is based in South Beach, Florida. She has just released her first

single off the album, titled “TURN IT UP,” produced by Vinny Venditto (producer

for Eminem, Rick Ross and 2 Chainz). Her personal dancehall single, “Me

Have It (Tight Punanni),” featuring Patexx, is slated for release in November

2014 in the Caribbean. The signature track on her album, “On The Run,” a pop

ballad, will be released in December 2014 with a reggae version of that record

distributed in the Caribbean and throughout Europe, Africa and Asia.

Ce’Cile has advanced this far in her career by doing things her own way … in her

judgment; she is always being true to herself, her convictions, and to her music.

That is why she is Reggae’s most beloved “Bad Gyal.” This uncompromising

attitude has transformed Ce’Cile into the most honest, true, raw, explicit,

innovative, original and captivating female reggae artist in the world today.

Welcome to Ce’Cile, the original international Bad Gyal