Fresh out of Florida, singer-songwriter Marlounsly Dolcine is making waves with her new song “Dreamboat” and its accompanying music video. The 23-year-old, born in Haiti and raised in West Palm Beach, channels her Caribbean vibes and dances to the beat in a sunny, hipster setting. You’ll also notice the vintage vibes with vinyl records and clips of old-school performances. Also, her traditional outfits are a perfect complement to the theme of the video.
The song, which is an upbeat and modern love song, hears Marlounsly (pronounced Mar-loon-sly) proving that she doesn’t mind getting a bit risqué. “If you love me better tell somebody / I got a list of a new somebodies / I might cut them off for you / And if that stroke good then I might stay true,” she sings.
Catchy and relatable to many, the song is catching a strong buzz for the budding artist. And while things seem great for the songstress now, she’s no stranger to success. Her ascent actually began prior to dropping “Dreamboat” when she landed a big spot performing at last year’s Miami’s Best Life Festival. Sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in R&B including Ella Mai, H.E.R., and Summer Walker, it’s no surprise that she’s delivered such a solid track this time around.
Sail away with “Dreamboat” by checking out the video below: