Miss Kitty teams up with Eve

Miss Kitty teams up with Eve

By Cecelia Campbell-Livingston Observer staff reporter livingstonc@jamaicaobserver.com

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

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AMERICAN rapper Eve has collaborated with local radio personality Miss Kitty on a new single called Eve.

The track will be featured on the rapper's upcoming album entitled Lip Lock. It will be Eve's first since 2002 as she has been persuing acting and fashion designing careers.

Miss Kitty, whose real name is Khadine Hylton, said she was contacted by telephone and was elated that she was selected by the 'Rough Rider First Lady'.

"She wanted that authentic Jamaican bad gal style. After all, a me sey independent," said Miss Kitty, who is the new host of Morning Link on American-based radio station Link Up Radio.

The radio personality said she sought the assistance of Diamond-selling artiste Shaggy and Collin 'Bulby' York to do her portion which was recorded at Harmony House.

"When you are a multi-faceted being, art is appreciated and reflected in different ways. You don't have to be an artiste to be featured in a song. You just have to have value, be unique, and real, people will naturally gravitate towards you," said Miss Kitty.

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