JM | Dec 4, 2020

Naomi Cowan hits us with all the feels in Xmas-inspired track

Gavin Riley

Gavin Riley / Our Today

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Jamaica’s ‘Paradise Plum’ just dropped new music. (Photo: Instagram @NaomiCowan)

Jamaican reggae artiste Naomi Cowan has seemingly channelled her inner R&B songstress as she croons about being lovesick on the holidays in her latest track Miss You Most At Christmas.

The soulful single, released globally on Thursday (December 3), shows an emotional and vulnerable side to Cowan as she delivers a personalised take on the 1994 mega-hit by Mariah Carey.

The three and a half minute single, hits all the right notes, with a familiar reggae bass as Cowan bemoans her seasonal loneliness.

“Baby, I miss you, most at Christmas time. Can’t get you, get you off my mind. Every other season comes along, and I’m all right. Then I miss you, most at Christmas time,”

As a true diverse artiste, with an enviable musical background to boot, Naomi continues to blossom under the Protoje-led In.Digg.Nation Collective alongside fellow acts Lila Iké, Sevana and Jaz Elise.

The Paradise Plum singer describes her latest effort as a ‘cozy vibe’ and it’s not hard to see why as Miss You Most At Christmas definitely hits you in the feels from the opening melody.

Artwork for Namo Cowan’s cover of Mariah Carey’s ‘Miss You Most At Christmas’. (Photo: Twitter @NaomiCowan)

Sharing the latest with her over 55,000 Instagram followers on Friday, Cowan said that production has wrapped on a visualiser for the album and told fans to stay tuned.

“We filmed a visualizer in a dreamy place & I can’t wait for you to see it.
My heart is full,” she said.

Miss You Most At Christmas is available for streaming on all major platforms.


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