Supamodel Joelee 'struts' her stuff

Supamodel Joelee 'struts' her stuff

Simone Morgan

Thursday, April 26, 2012

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UP-and-coming female recording artiste Supamodel Joelee said she has been getting fair airplay with her latest single Soo Sexy.

"The music video promises to be one of the sexiest and hottest ever, and it will be ready just in time to heat up the summer," she said.

The video will be shot on locations in Chicago and Illinois next month.

The singajy, whose real name is Joelee Smith, is based in the United States and model signed to Ikon Model Mangement in New York. She has worked locally with Pulse and Saint International modelling agencies.

"Although I had a fairly successful career, I always have a passion for music. Whenever I sing or put a microphone towards my lips, it gives me a different vibe. One that only a true music lover could understand," she said.

In 2010, Supamodel Joelee Joelee released her debut single Fret which was followed by Mi Nuh Smile.

"Those two singles did not get the airplay that I had anticipated. However, I was still focused on launching a career as a well rounded reggae/dancehall artiste," she said.

Several months later she released Weh Yuh A Go Do, a song she said is dedicated to her female fans.

Supamodel Joelee has been working extremely hard in the studio recording her follow up song to "Soo Sexy", which she declares is destined to be instant smash hit when it is released this summer.

She also had a word for aspiring artistes.

"Too often we see artistes signing away their rights. Anything you do not understand seek assistance from a lawyer before signing," she said.

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