Ms thing ready for music after second child

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Ms Thing

Ms Thing

Dancehall artiste Ms Thing says she is ready for music again, months after giving birth to her second child for Gullyside artiste Flexx.


The artiste, who graced the international charts with the single Dude featuring Beenie Man in 2004, says that she will have no more children and it's strictly back to focussing on her music.

The 25-year-old deejay says that she is not about to give up on music and that having a child does not render an artiste finished.

"Having a child does not hold you back, you have to put in the work and persevere, there is a level of sacrifice with the child-rearing process but I'm coming back musically," she said.

Ms Thing says that this child with Flexx is her last as she feels like she has accomplished her quota.

"I don't plan on having anymore. I always wanted two kids and now that I've done so, that's it. I had two C-sections and I'm not prepared to go through that much pain again," she laughed.

According to the artiste, Flexx is a good partner and friend and they are very compatible.

"He is cool. We have arguments like normal couples do, but we are really level-headed most of the time because he is also like a friend," she said.

The artiste currently has some new songs with Flexx that are yet to be released. One of the songs, however, Mi Waah More produced by L Brick Records is promised to be the next hit single, according to Ms Thing.

"The song has a good vibe and we even plan on doing a video for it as soon as Flexx gets back in the island," she said.

Speaking of videos, who can forget the last Ms Thing video Bonify featuring PhycoTanbad, which created quite a stir.

However, Ms Thing says this video will be different.

"This video will be sexy and kinda on the edge but not as raunchy. Yuh dun know a me sey sexy," she said.

The outspoken deejay, who already has an album and a billboard hit under her belt, says that she is in the rebuilding stage and she is confident that she can climb back to the top.

"I didn't get to promote the album much but it is out, and right now I'm going to do some work with Supa Hype, Fagan Fraternity and just a lot of people. My fans miss me and I won't disappoint them. Mi ago jus put in the hard work and I will reach where I was and even pass it," she said.

Ms Thing's album is called Miss Jamaica, and was released under international record label Sequence Records. The album can be found on iTunes.

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