International artist Peter Lloyd shows appreciation to John Lennon with his cover of ‘Woman’
International recording artist Peter Lloyd is releasing a reggae version of John Lennon’s ‘Woman’ on the 24th November available worldwide.
Peter Lloyd is well-known in Jamaica mostly for his music and also due to his notable acting career featuring in Walt Disney’s Return to Treasure Island, The Mighty Quinn starring Denzel Washington and Prelude to A Kiss starring Meg Ryan and Alec Baldwin. Peter Lloyd has also performed at dozens of festivals worldwide including Nottingham Carnival (UK), Reggae Jam (Germany), Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival (Jamaica), One Caribbean Music Festival (USA), Sunrise Reggae and Ska Festival (Germany).
Described as the ‘Love Messenger’, and with his love and respect for women, Peter Lloyd also believes that love is the ‘greatest revolution’ that creates unity. His Rastafarian philosophy has influenced his music and he states that the purpose for his music is to heal the world.
Peter Lloyd tries to give back to society as much as he can through philanthropy delivering his message through a programme called Yutes Rise, where he inspires the students through a reggae/motivational workshop and live performances. Peter Lloyd has already been featured on Reggaeville, CNN’s Roots: Our Journeys Home, and the Jamaica Observer.
Producing a refreshing sound and paying homage to this John Lennon original, Peter Lloyd teamed up with legendary Jamaican producer and saxophonist, Dean Fraser who has worked with the likes of Dennis Brown, Sly and Robbie, and Joe Gibbs. Having been on the international circuit for some time, Peter Lloyd has performed in over 20 countries.
To accompany this cover of John Lennon’s classic, Peter Lloyd will have a music video due to be premiered in November. From Jamaica to London and the rest of the world, there isn’t much that this highly accomplished individual can do if he sets his mind to it, spreading the message of love on the world stage.