Cookie the Herbalist Releases Without You

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Cookie the Herbalist

Cookie The Herbalist is to be counted amongst Switzerland’s most prolific, successful and relevant Reggae and Dancehall artistes. Thanks to his powerful and energetic performances, the clear, sweet such as ruff and characteristic voice plus the ability to fascinate his audience, Cookie’s live shows are well known and loved in Switzerland and abroad.

“…what would I do; If I ain’t got you…?
Summer is definitely over and much quicker than expected, the grey, misty winter returned. A harsh cool wind chased away the light, warm breeze of summer’s love, and its romances.

“… cold, lonely nights… and you ain’t here to keep me warm…”
We reminisce about the one person or the people we felt or still feel love for and might have lost in the blink of a season’s change. The person we can’t do without in our lives!

“… if I ain’t got you, how am I supposed to breathe again? Without you how am I supposed to be happy again…?”

We’d like to present „Without You“ Cookie The Herbalist’s brand-new, very soulful Reggae – love ballade, in which Cookie repeatedly and perfectly masters one of his many different singing facets. His singing parts are smoothly underlined by amazing harmonies coming from the likes of Switzerland’s Reggae-Soul-Diva Irina Mossi, which additionally enriches the likely to hit song with even more charm and elegance.

“Without You” is a next, heavy creation in Cookie’s song-catalogue and we strongly recommend you to download it, listen to it, once, twice, put the replay button on repeat and just feel it, feel it deep.

Cookie the Herbalist – Weblinks

Homepage   http://cookietheherbalist.com/

Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/cookietheherbalist

Twitter   https://twitter.com/cookietheherbal

Instagram   https://www.instagram.com/cookietheherbalist

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