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Angelina's Risky Business hits Caribbean chart Featured

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Angelina's Risky Business song which she recorded for top flight producer Seanizzle, has jumped on a radio dubplate chart in St. Vincent.
Sassy and curvaceous, Angelina is a sex bomb waiting to explode on the dancehall scene, with a pair of new singles, "Hot" on the City Fusion Records/ Akono Music labels, and the soca-flavoured "Risky Business" for red hot producer, Seanizzle.

"I feel great that the music is being recognised but this is just the tip of the iceberg, I have a lot more hits in me, " she boasted. 

Confidence is definitely not a problem with this warm, yet spunky young woman.

"Most females are about war, I am about sexiness and happiness, I want to shoot a video for Risky Business, something sexy for the Caribbean market," she said.

"I am going to be dancehall's next sex goddess, but without all that
raunchiness, I am all about sex appeal, I give you a shot straight to
your brain."

A young entrepreneur who operates her own fashion store, Fashionista,
in the Portmore Town Centre Plaza, the deejay has rapidly been making a name
for herself.
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