POP-REGGAE BRAZILIAN ARTIST "KELLSA," DEBUTS HER U.S. BREAKOUT FIERY SONG and VIDEO, "SHOTS OF TEQUILA."
~From Past Jamaican Release with Capleton and Elephant Man, to her first Solo U.S. Release, Shots of Tequila, KELLSA has Arrived~
Los Angeles, CA. April 11, 2016. - The breakout female pop-reggae artist, KELLSA, showcases her talent and vintage fiery edge with her debut U.S. single and video release, "Shots Of Tequila." The song is off of her upcoming June 2016 self-titled EP release, "KELLSA ON FYAH."
KELLSA is no stranger to the music, or reggae scene. Her three years spent in Kingston, Jamaica is where she fell in love with reggae and performed regularly in notable clubs and was soon discovered by leading Jamaican producers. In 2007 KELLSA, "a.k.a Rakell" was a featured singer on the Eagle Eye Riddim Medley, with Capleton, Elephant Man and other Jamaican notables. Her Latina background and unique style had been well received by the Jamaican reggae and reggae dancehall scene, which grew her solo video for the medley, "If You Wanna," to a #1 spot on the Kingston television station RETV for three consecutive weeks.
KELLSA moved on, headed to London and then back to her Brazilian homeland where she gigged and performed for more than 30,000 fans at the FIFA Fan Fest with her reggae band, Donaleda. With her dreams of coming to the states to breakout as a solo artist, KELLSA and her family packed up in 2015 to make the U.S. a permanent home.
The soon-to-be released EP, "KELLSA ON FYAH," will be her debut U.S. breakout and will be compilation of influences and sounds from her multi-cultural background, with a bit of pop-reggae, ska, rock and other worldly influences, delivering KELLSA's signature sound and standout unique flair. KELLSA's voice has been compared to the Gwen Stefani of pop-reggae.
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