Starface set for GT Taylor show

Starface set for GT Taylor show

Friday, December 06, 2019

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Starface has been aggressively promoting her music stateside over the last month, doing a number of radio and TV interviews in the tri-state area of New York.

Now, she is turning her attention towards a number of shows for the busy Christmas season.

“The year 2019 was a great one for me, three of my videos: Ready, So What, and Oh Yeah streamed over 2 million on YouTube, my subscribers are over 35,000, and my overall social media footprint has improved. I am ending the year on a high,” said Starface.

She is looking forward to her upcoming performance on GT Taylor Extravaganza: Euphoria which will have its 19th staging on Christmas Day at the Sand Bar Beach on Crane Road in Black River, St Elizabeth. The event will feature a new format and new venue with fewer artistes and more disc jockeys who will provide a constant string of reggae, dancehall, R&B and rap hits.

“I am coming to celebrate the Christmas with all my fans who love Starface, all of the strong body man and the better body girls fi just roll out,” she said.

She shot a video for her latest collaboration, Trio with Maestro Don, and the video will be released by her VEVO channel on her birthday, December 6.

Starface is known for the singles Ready, Whine Up, and Ride It featuring Maestro Don.


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