Gaza Kim is back
Gaza Kim

Gaza Kim has re-emerged on the music scene with her latest song, Bubble Up.

"This song is my biggest hit since 2009, and I am so grateful to my fans for their support. It's a great look," she said.

Released on the Killa Imij label in April, she recently visuals for the project in July. Since that time, the video has racked up almost 410,000 views on YouTube, and 500,000 streams on Spotify.

"I also received a Spotify golden plaque for the achievement, I am just so happy right now," she said

Gaza Kim recently inked a recording and booking deal with US-based label Killa Imij Records in April 2022.

She was once one of the fastest-rising dancehall artistes in Vybz Kartel's now disbanded Portmore Empire, but her rising star was halted after leaving the group in 2010.

"It was very hard. I must say, the strong woman I am inside told me to never give up. I am always recording songs and always looking forward," she said.

She is known for songs such as Teenage Pregnancy, God Plan and Bills featuring Lisa Hyper.

"I would like to thank my female fans for their support: Keep blessed and continue to Bubble Up," she said.

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