'Curvy Diva' a hugely talented dancehall act

Monday, May 29, 2017

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Dear Editor,I heard Yanique Barrett, the Curvy Diva's, song and that it was pretty decent, but I was blown away when I saw her performance on the grand finals of the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall show. Her performance was scintillating and she is one to watch in the near future in dancehall.

I rank her above many seasoned performers. I think she showed the attributes and skill set of a star. She will contribute immensely towards the dancehall genre with her poise and unique delivery.

She has enormous talent and the music will take her to places. She has swag and the whole package for dancehall. She dresses well and is very confident and is truly attractive.

The 'Curvy Diva' is a producer's dream and I guarantee she will blaze up the dancehall with her new flavour and flair. She will be a household name in dancehall in the future because she is intelligent and has the requisite approach to make her into an international act.

Yanique's backup dancers complemented her music. Her execution was well planned, it seemed she came with her 'A' game to mesmerise the audience. The whole world will know her from her strengths she has shown in just this one performance.

The Yanique magic should be richly rewarded with support locally and from the Diaspora.

Hold on strong, girl, a most fantastic, exciting and rewarding future is in the making.

Paris Taylor

Greater Portmore

St Catherine


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