Chantoe Bree warns peers
Chantoe Bree

WHILE most 10-year-olds are focused on preparing for their Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations, Chantoe Bree is tackling the issue of child molesters. She shares her thoughts in her debut single Paedophile.

"This is my very first song and I am happy that I have recorded it. I know the message in my song will get out there somehow. Paedophiles must be stopped," she said.

Chantoe Bree, who is based in St Thomas, says she recorded the song to warn children to beware of paedophiles.

"I didn't do this song to encourage violence against anyone. I did it to bring attention to an issue that's plaguing our society. Child molestation is a global problem. I want children to be aware and be on the lookout for paedophiles and protect themselves from these evil people," said Chantoe Bree.

She is determined to make a name for herself in the music industry.

"I love music a lot, and I've always wanted to write and record songs. Now that I've started I don't plan to stop. With the help of my father, I've written a lot of songs. We've already chosen the one that I'm going to record as the follow-up to Paedophile," said Chantoe Bree.

The song, produced by Paul Zico Nelson for Ourhouse Muzik and distributed by VPal Music, was released last Friday.

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