TruDiva now has the Flava

Monday, May 20, 2019

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TruDiva has always been optimistic about having a successful music career. Now, she is even more confident with her recent signing to Kemar “Flava” McGregor's company, FM Records Music.

The Party All Night singer said she is excited about working with the top-tier producer.

“I know I am a very talented artiste, but talent alone won't make me a star. I have to have the right team, and there's no doubt that Flava and his company are the right fit for my career. I want to be an international star and Flava has the know-how and the connections to help me achieve my goals,” said TruDiva.

TruDiva is gearing up for the release of her first single for the label — an uptempo dancehall track titled Girl Pride.

“This is a very nice song; It's going to really heat things up in the dancehall. I can't wait for it to be released — I am very excited about it,” she said.

McGregor's new imprint, Streaming Hub Inc, will release Girl Pride on all major platforms before the end of May.

FM Records Music is partnering with Medical Marijuana Company ADHEMP to shoot the video for Girl Pride later this month, in Florida.

TruDiva is currently working on several other projects with McGregor, including an EP.

TruDiva, a singer/songwriter, hails from Vere in Clarendon. She made her recording debut in 2011 with a song titled Party All Night featuring Elephant Man. It was produced by Christopher Birch and released by Oceanic Tradewind Music.

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