Singing Melody

Everton Hardweare

Also known as S. Melody, Singing Meldody, Singy Melody
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Discography of Singing Melody:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 If U Like It 3 Audio 2001-10-00 Cherry Pie Records
2 Patsy / Man Want You 4 Audio 1992 Gold Disc
3 Hooked On You 2 Audio 2003 Super Power
4 I Need You 2 Audio 2003 Fire Ball Records (2)
5 Say What 2 Audio 2000 Digital-B
6 Three Times A Lady 2 Audio 1988-03-00 Taurus
7 Singing Melody 12 Audio 1996 Musidisc
8 Honey Love / Are You Ready 2 Audio 1993 Mafia And Fluxy
9 I've Been Watching 2 Audio 1992 Stone Love
10 Burning With Fever 2 Audio 1990 Pickout
11 Pretty Brown Eyes 3 Audio 1992 Gussie P Records
12 Come And Talk To Me / Phyllis Dub 3 Audio 1992 Fashion Records
13 Wicked In Bed / Groovy Kinda Love 3 Audio 2000 VP Records
14 Baby Father / The Way Of Life 2 Audio 2003 Baby Father Records
15 Love For Mama 2 Audio 2001 Flabba Music
16 Far Away / Let No One 2 Audio 2002
17 You Came Into My Life 2 Audio 2004 KT Records
18 Talk To An Angel 2 Audio 2004 KT Records
19 A Single Moment With You 2 Audio 2004 Roaring Lion Records
20 Wanna Be Your Partner 2 Audio 2003 Danger Zone (3)
21 I've Been Watching (Adapted) 2 Audio Sir George
22 Shower Me With Your Love 2 Audio 1989 Steely & Clevie Records
23 Two Time Lover / Overdose A Love 2 Audio Checkmate Records (3)
24 How Could She 2 Audio 2000 Stone Love
25 Been So Long / Who Is That Man 2 Audio 1988 Parish
26 Expressions 14 Audio 2002 VP Records
27 Land Of Peace / I Wanna Know 2 Audio 71 Records
28 Do It Right 2 Audio Acid (3)
29 How I Want You 2 Audio 2000 Digital-B
30 Heart Breaker 2 Audio 1997 Raggedy Joe Records
31 This Is Your Chance 2 Audio Kickin Productions
32 Captured 2 Audio 2000 Music Farm Records
33 Life 2 Audio Concord Music
34 Friends 4 Audio 1990 Greensleeves Records
35 Best Friend 2 Audio Tan-Yah
36 Everybody 2 Audio Roof International
37 More Love / Woman I Love 2 Audio Birchill Records
38 Stand Up For Love 4 Audio Oasis (3)
39 No One In The World 2 Audio 1988 Parish
40 Challenge We 2 Audio 1990 Black Scorpio (2)
41 Give It All Up 2 Audio Record Factory
42 Want You Back 2 Audio 1999 Fat Eyes Records
43 Life 2 Audio Fat Eyes Records
44 Medley / Medley 2 Audio 2006 Roaring Lion Records
45 Groovy Kind Of Love 2 Audio Digital-B
46 Sweet & Tender Love 2 Audio Manatee Records (JA)
47 You / Number One 2 Audio 2005 NAP Musiq
48 Me Alone She Love 2 Audio Progressive Int'l Records
49 Aint That Loving You 2 Audio 1991 Parish
50 Good Love 2 Audio 1989 Parish


Born Everton Hardweare, Singing Melody first went to wax in 1987, for the legendary reggae producer, King Tubby. Among the hits that made his name in Jamaica and the Caribbean are: "Same Ole Love", "In This Together", "Shower Me With Your Love", "Groovy Kind of Love".

In 1990, He released Sayonara Tokyo, a song recorded in Japanese for Sony Music Japan, became almost an anthem. He worked steadfastly with hit making producers such as Steelie and Clevie, Sly & Robbie, Bobby “Digital B” Dixon, Edgar Parish, Jack Scorpio, and Top Ranking. In 1997, Singing Melody helped form the group L.U.S.T, with Tony Curtis, Thriller U and Lukie D. The group topped the charts with "Flex Me", "Run Free" and the number one "Sweetness of Your Love". The song won seven reggae awards. While working with L.U.S.T., Singing Melody continued his solo career. He appeared at the Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival, Reggae Sumfest, Sunsplash, The New York Music Festival, the Jamaican Film Festival, the Tamika Reggae Awards, the International Reggae and World Music Awards and the Reggae Soca Music Awards.

He was on the television series Traxx, and won the Martin’s International Reggae and World Music Awards for Best Music Video and Most Improved Entertainer. In 2000, Want You Back, from his album "Sweeter" won Song of the Year at the Reggae Soca Music Awards. He was named Male Singer of the Year by one of Jamaica’s leading entertainment newspapers and has often been featured in the Jamaica Gleaner.

In 2002, he released "Expressions", an album that showed his range and his robust expressions. It featured collaborations with L.U.S.T., Beres Hammond, and Tony Rebel, and was produced by the Fat Eyes Crew.

In 2007, Singing Melody with the L.U.S.T. released the Compilation: "Sweetness Of Your Love". This Album includes successful songs from 1997 to 2007.

In January 2012, he releases the new album: "They Call Me Mr Melody".


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