Introduce talented teenage musicians in events—Jamaican artiste B Trish urges event organisers
Young talented Jamaican Dancehall artiste, B Trish has called on event organisers to introduce teen musicians in events.
According to her, many talented teenagers have been coiled to their shells due to the age limit associated with certain events and urged them to include the youth.
Speaking exclusively to Spot On News on Friday, the beautiful dancehall songstress observed that her age had limited her stage performance.
She noted that the terrene had affected her career as artist, adding that music is a business therefore talented artists should be given what is due them irrespective of their age.
That, B Trish stated would motivate talented kids to embrace music at early age.
The 17 year old hardcore artiste who has been in the industry for 13 years has released a new song dubbed “Star life.”
The song which was produced by Dublab music production talks about life of stars and meant to educate and entertain the public.
According to B Trish, the Dancehall track is available on all digital stores and urged fans and music lovers to get their copies.
Born Trishna Gouldburn, she has chalked many success in the industry and poised to be an inspiration and role model for the youth.
She said fame had made her more responsible and matured, thus promised to set a pace for young talented artist not only in Jamaica but across the globe to emulate.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE