Continuing a celebration of 40 years in the industry Brit Award winner, Grammy nominee, and lead singer of iconic pop group FIVE STAR, Deniece Pearson announces news of her first ever Christmas single, ‘Santa Claus is Coming.’
It’s a Caribbean Christmas for Deniece as she presents her original Christmas song ‘Santa Claus is Coming’.
The track begins with a joyous and festive melody and then Deniece Pearson adds a reggae feel to the song with soulful vocals as the Brit Award winner delivers positive lyrics.
Celebrating the true meaning of Christmas and also the fun side of the season, the reggae-flavored ‘Santa Claus is Coming’ is an uplifting, joyful sing-along with pitch perfect harmonies and an infectious groove – a modern-day Christmas song with all the hallmarks of a keeper.
“With it being 5 Star’s 40th Anniversary what better than to release my first ever Christmas Song” says Deniece.
“I wanted to celebrate Christmas – one of my favourite times of the year by writing a song which spreads love, celebrates the true meaning of Christmas and makes you want to dance too.
‘Santa Claus is Coming’ follows her recent single ‘Forever Young’ – a feel good infused pop-bop which reached #12 in Music Week’s Pop Chart and went Top Ten in their Black Chart.
It was taken from a new EP which also featured new versions of two Top 10 FIVE STAR classics ‘System Addict’ and ‘Rain or Shine.’
Deniece is also excited to be putting the finishing touches to her brand-new solo album ‘Free-Queen-See’ out spring/summer 2024.
Testament to her enduring popularity Deniece has been welcomed back to the public eye with open arms, including recent high profile appearances on BBC Breakfast, ITV News and Sky News.
In addition to the new music Deniece has also been busy on the live circuit performing two sold out shows at Pizza Express Live in London along with a string of other live performances up and down the country.
During her time with FIVE STAR, Deniece achieved unprecedented success with over 20 top thirty UK singles, including chart-toppers like ‘System Addict’, ‘The Slightest Touch’ and the anthem ‘Rain Or Shine.’
The group holds the distinction of being the youngest British act to have a number one album, the first black group to win a BRIT (Best Group 1987) as well as the first group to achieve seven consecutive hit singles from a single album in the UK.