Reggae artist Queen Kamarla

Reggae artist Queen Kamarla - Queen Kamarla A.K.A Platinum Sheriff was born on July 9th 1983 to mother Carmen (Ms Rose) Rainford and father Francisco Pitter.

Reggae artist Queen KamarlaReggae artist Queen Kamarla

Because of abuse, financial difficulties and neglect, Ms Rainford left Mr. Pitter taking Kamarla and her other two children, Stevie Rainford and Marlon Grant with her. It was very difficult on Ms Rose as she ended up living in both Trench Town and Arnett Gardens (Jungle).

As a child Kamarla attended various schools and never graduated or even achieved a high school diploma. As a result of poverty she left high school after grade nine. While going to school she participated in various school talent shows, and soon realized music was her calling. The encouragement she received from her peers was overwhelming.

Many artists spanning different genres inspired Queen Kamarla. From the greatest pop artist, Michael Jackson, to the greatest reggae artist, Bob Marley, however, the respect and adoration she has for Garnet Silk, makes her esteem him above others and as such, she holds him as her musical mentor.

Kamarla has been singing since she was a child. Alas, at the age of fifteen she got pregnant and took a break from the music fraternity to raise her two children Octavia and Kevon. She also took care of her niece Kelly-Ann. It is while caring for the kids that she practiced to craft her style, which is cultural reggae music.

Queen Kamarla has done music for the great Sugar Minott as well as Horace Andy. It is while working with these two men that she came up with the idea of forming her own label; Catalyst Entertainment Group, which means a change for good in anything. Kamarla believes in this aspect and decided to make it a reality with nothing to lose and much to gain.

Persons wanting to contact Queen Kamarla may do so via email at pitterkamarla@yahoo.com or catalystentgroup@gmail.com

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