La Teeze starts year with three new releases
Reggae and dancehall artiste La Teeze has stepped into the new year with a bang by releasing three new singles.
The tracks are Come For Me, Jamaica Love and Save Me, which were composed under the direction of manager Alfred ‘Jah Guida’ Bailey, producer Jason ‘Point Blannk’ Morgan and road manager Vencott ‘Vask’ Douglas of Steppin Razor Music.
According to La Teeze, the singles share personal revelations and recount life’s art and creativity, which she claims are transforming lyrics that emit powerful expressions.
“Music is a universal language that everyone speaks. It carries a vibration that elevates us, so we all should start stretching for powered music to bring out the best in us,” La Teeze said.
She hopes Jamaica Love will be catalogued amongst the great songs about the island. The song pays homage to the beauty of Jamaica, the people and the offerings, all of which will be vividly displayed in the upcoming music video.
La Teeze christened Lorressa Duggon, is from Spanish Town and spent most of her early years in Hanover but now calls St Ann home. She fell in love with music at 11 years old, when she started writing lyrics.
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