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RICKY CARTY RELEASES NEW VIDEO!!
Controversial recording artiste Ricky Carty has released yet another video for his single ‘Happy Place’. The song which is produced by Bright Light Records speaks about Carty’s escape to his favourite place, making reference to ‘back road’. The single and video has been released recently and have generated much debate about Ricky Carty’s message about women. “I love the ladies so I have to sing about my happy place with the ladies; it has nothing to do with disrespecting the ladies because Ricky Carty is a ladies man” shared Ricky Carty.
The video was shot at the Mondrian Hotel at South Beach in Miami and it features Ricky Carty in bed with two ladies before hitting the showers. The viral video has nudity and passionate scenes between the ladies and the artiste however this time around he has decided to keep his clothes on. “This video is still very sexual but I am with new management now so it’s all about high quality videos and good quality music” added Ricky Carty.
Ricky Carty is now working with Donovan Thomas, the former manager of US hip hop mogul Dougie Fresh. The artiste came on the scene in 2013 with the controversial song and video ‘Gal Tek It’ which featured a fully naked woman performing oral sex on the young artiste. The video received over 20 million viewers on YouTube before it was flagged from the site and placed on over 50 other websites. He outlined “I will always aim to break my records and keep breaking barriers in this industry; I get a lot of fight from persons in entertainment but I am ready for anyone that comes at me, I am Ricky Carty and I am a star”.
Ricky Carty is set to make several television appearances to premier the television edit of the video.
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