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Baby Tash voices 'Ah di Bubble' for Chase Millz Records #reggae Featured

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Ultra-talented female deejay Baby Tash has voiced a single called 'A Di Bubble' on the new Mercury riddim for Chase Millz Records.    

 

Baby Tash recently turned in a great performance at the Barbados Reggae Festival as the only female Jamaican artiste on the lineup during the Reggae Beach Party Night.
 
"It was great, the show also featured big artistes like Cham, Popcaan and Mr. Vegas. I performed a hot and spicy set. When my name was announced I started my introductions from backstage, talk up d tings dem, big up the independent ladies dem. To be honest, before I went on, I was feeling anxious, nervous, excited - everything in one... the crowd tun up huge- packed! and mi couldn't wait fi touch the stage!!" she said in a release.
 

Baby Tash walked out onstage in a high-waist skimpy bikini-like bottom revealing her sexy curvaceous shape.
 
"I decided to dress with the beach theme and when I walked out the crowd went wild, crazy with screams...and I just gave them the Nyomi Campbell walk," she said laughing.
 
"Then I jumped into "Mx up" .. then did my stage show lyrics against domestic violence and received a huge forward!... One point I told the selector "pull up" and the screams were so loud mi jus pose in the middle of the stage ana look out in the crowd and people were just screaming and waving their Jamaica Flags- that felt amazing~ Then mi jus shout "Barbados mi love unuh!"," she related.
 
She amped up the excitement with songs in quick succession as she did "Nah Settle Down", "Facebook" and "Badda Dan Dem". She closed her set with her latest single, "Bumpa".
 
" I am just so happy that people are loving me everywhere I go. I believe I have a stage presence and I know how to keep my crowd engaged and I thank God for my talent. When I came off stage the media flocked me for interviews - tv and magazines. I am just really happy with my progress and greater things are definitely set to come," she said.
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