You have written songs for honest lyrics like in 2017 your controversial viral hit “Equal Rights (Explicit)” bluntly addressed one of Jamaica’s most taboo topics igniting a firestorm in the process. Tell us about one of the most memorable experiences that you may have had creating this song.
When I was creating the song Equal Rights it was just fun. I knew that the Topic would cause Damage but I didn’t expect it to go as far as it did. It’s a topic I wanted to address for a long time so I did.
Advice and motivational words to the inspiring and budding female singers who all are your fans, they shall like to know from you, what they should do for their climb to ladder of success in this field?
My advice to them would be to put God first, have faith and most of all be patient. Build your craft and work on being the best version of yourself. Also relationships are often times a huge distraction, stay focused.
Your 5 favourite music albums? Also from where do you derive your inspiration from while writing a song?
- The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
- Beyoncé Dangerously in love
- Lil Kim Hardcore
- Alicia Keys Songs in A Minor
- Who Is Jill Scott
Any Rihanna Album
I write songs based off my experiences as well as the experiences of other women. I try to be their voice, I represent for them. I sing about the things that they don’t get a chance to say or express. No topic is ever off limit.