Singer and Songwriter Nyanda, formerly of Jamaican sister singing duo, Brick and Lace gets playful, edgy and sexy in the video for her single, ‘Trouble’.
Check it out:
by Natalie Monique
To frequent patrons of New York City cabaret-style lounges and US based Caribbean events across the Tri-state, the name Levantay may ring a bell. Upcoming Jamaican born-New York based singer/songwriter and former Miss Jamaica USA runner-up Levantay is making strides and proving she will very soon be a force to reckon with on the local and International Music scene.
The soft-spoken singer can be easily considered a breath of fresh air, very attractive and possessing lots of natural charm and innocence. At first impression Levantay is very unassuming, however, the minute she starts singing she demands attention with her rich, engaging tone exuding passion from each note.
Levantay has written numerous songs and considers herself a writer above everything else. Her talent and networking has now finally been getting some recognition, allowing her the opportunity to work with top musicians such as Grammy nominated Pianist of Israel Vibrations band and many others. Levantay has been making numerous appearances in the United States and made stops in London during the heat of the 2012 Olympics, which she was excited about especially while celebrating Jamaica’s 50 years of Independence.
The articulate and eclectic Miss Levantay is definitely an artiste to look out for on both the local and International scene. She is currently working with a number of Jamaican producers and looking to do great collabs with local artistes she says. Fans can look out for her debut Music Video to be released in the fall, which she is very excited about and also working on her EP and website to be launched very soon.
Check out a few of her clips below:
by Natalie Monique
Former PussyCat Dolls lead member Nicole Scherzinger, turned solo artiste is still turning heads and doing her thing. Check out her sexy, hot, sexy single with 50 Cent from her debut solo album, ‘Killer Love’.
The Music Video was directed by Paul Hunter. A line fom 50 Cent’s rap, “I like it when you’re freaky, I’m freaky/ I’ll explore your body completely, till you feel like you need me.” Hmmm, Caliente (Hottt!!) Check it!!
Check them out doing a steamyyy Live performance on American Idol: