Kristina Murrell – ‘Got Me Dreaming’

Kristina Murrell has her stepfather to thank, for reaching out to music producer Sonny King, thus ensuring her talent wasn’t wasted. The R&B songstress relocated to the US in 2015 for school, from her hometown of Bridgetown Barbados, and this eventually served to get her a record deal with Music For Love International, and a production deal with Music By King Inc.

Kristina wants to showcase her homeland via her platform, and promote the beautiful people and culture of Barbados. She combines various genres, such as R&B and pop to create her own unique sound, while her lyrics focus on the extremes of love and heartbreak. Kristina’s words are honest, and her experiences are very real.

The video for Kristina Murrell’s new single, ‘Got Me Dreaming’, at first seems like a romantic tale – but there’s a plot twist. When you find that person you want to spend your life with, it’s as if suddenly your life has gone from half to whole. They tick all the boxes: best friend…romantic lover…but if they’re a cheater? That’s a whole different story.

We see Murrell serenading her – cheating – boyfriend, while flashbacks show them happily walking, their time together filled with joy and warmth. Sadly, it’s all too good to be true, as she discovers flirty messages on his phone to someone else. Transitioning into ‘Make Yourself Free’. a track and hostile warning from her debut album, ‘Passion & Pain’, she tells her now ex man to move along. She’s hurt, but she’s not going to give in.

Watch the moving music video for ‘Got Me Dreaming’ below, and find out more about Kristina Murrell and her music online on Music For Love’s official website.

Kristina Murrell - Got Me Dreaming (Official Music Video)

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Lisa loves all good music, with particular fondness for Jedward and David Bowie. She's interviewed Edward Grimes (Jedward), Kevin Godley, Trevor Horn, Paul Young, Peter Cox (Go West), Brendan B Brown (Wheatus), Bruce Foxton (The Jam), among many many more. Lisa is also available for freelance writing - please email

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