Meet the 17 year Jamaican music icon who wishes to feature Stonebwoy
Fast rising Jamaican Art, Trishna Gouldburn known in Showbiz circles as B Trish has expressed interest in collaborating with Ghana’s celebrated Reggae dancehall artiste Stonebwoy.
According to her, Stonebwoy’s music has a positive vibe thus her interest in getting him on some of her unreleased songs.
Speaking in a virtual interview with Spot On News on Friday, B Trish explained that her music promotes positivity and could see similar vibes in Stonebwoy’s music.
She reiterated that music was a food to the soul, hence the need to have an element of positivity in it to get the soul satisfied.
About B Trish
B Trish started music at the age of three, she is born to a successful music sound engineer and has been in the industry for 14 years.
She has released many hit tracks to her name and in second cycle of her education.
The reggae/dancehall musician was a choir member in elementary school and partook in many school song competitions which she was emerged the winner.
She skillfully combines her education with her music to the extent that she comes home with flying colours in school quizzes and exams.
A lot of her classmates and teachers at the initial state were not aware of her music career because she did not allow her music life to incorporate with her school life.
In the next two years, the young multi-hit maker wanted to travel across the continent to feature all the great artistes and also pursue her education to developing ways to better herself and craft, both in music and graphics design.
She is a product of Saint (ST) Hugh’s High School for Girls and in the fifth form of her education level.
Her greatest dream in life is to travel around the world to learn diverse cultures and also to secure her family financially.
The talented songstress got inspired by her father who she grew to meet as a key industrial player, as a Christian she learnt to be humble and become idol for the younger generation.
B Trish has released her new single titled Star Life and was produced by Dublab music production.
She advised people to desist from comparing one musician to the other.
That, the emerging Dancehall icon said frustrate and kill the talent of artists who have not chalked success in the industry.
She also urged fans to stay safe in this COVID-19 era and observe all the safety protocols while praying fervently to God and trust him for a miracle.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE