Pretty D's ready for the spotlight
Pretty D

Up-and-coming dancehall artiste Pretty D recently teamed up with veteran dancehall artiste Penny Irie to do a remake of his 1992 hit single Matie.

The latest version is titled Caah Tek It Out, produced by 360Degree on the Art A Dancehall rhythm. It was released by Britlake Records a few months ago.

"I still can't believe that I got a chance to be on this track. It's a true dancehall classic. The new version is very good too, I believe it has the potential to be a big hit," said the artiste.

Pretty D, who has also done collaborations with Skillibeng and 10Tik, is confident that she has what it takes to be a global star.

"I have a very unique style all of my own, my music is raw, but it's very classy too. I'm putting in the work so it's only a matter time before my career takes off," said the artiste.

Pretty D is currently busy in the studios working on new projects.

"I'm very excited about a new collab that I'm working on with Sizzla, it's going to be hot. I'm also working on some other singles that I plan to drop soon," said Pretty D.

Pretty D (given name: Sherice Clarke) is a graduate of Ascot High School in Portmore, St Catherine.

She launched her career in 2020 with the release of Everything To Me, an ode to her daughter Ashoya.

Her other songs include Car Back remix with Skillibeng, and PhD featuring 10Tik and Cash Register.

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