Melllo Tee launches Trapped

Friday, February 17, 2017    

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Singer Melllo Tee is beaming with delight from the response he got at his album launch last week Friday at the L&E Games and Snack complex on Market Street in Montego Bay, St James.

The launch was for his debut album Trapped, which is produced by Sandra Tapper on her Cross The Line Production label.

“This is just the start of good things to come. I want my career to travel and hope one day I maybe able to nominated for a Grammy,” said Melllo Tee, whose given name is Cleveland Thompson.

The 17-track set contains songs including I Don’t Wanna Dance, Lovers Release, Pushing Me, Come Home, Children Go To School, Keep Low, and Feel Free.

At the launch, Melllo Tee sang a few singles, as well as one with his producer.

– Alan Lewin





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