TANYA CARTER WANTS A ‘BULLIE’ – The song, is also accompanied by a HOT video that was released recently…

Belizean reggae Star Tanya Carter is back and this time she wants a ‘Bullie‘.

The artiste, who has had credible success since the release of her Ex Boyfriend single last year and then followed with Mr. DJ Boy and Crazy, is growing in her music and now is a recognised name in Caribbean Reggae.

"Bullie", which was produced by ace producer Christopher Birch, has a slower tempo than her previous three singles but still carries the sumptuous voice of Carter on a signature Birch Hill Records beat. According to Carter, "It's a bit controversial but we took it there. The guys talk about these things all the time and we can do it as well".

Bullie“, which was produced by ace producer Christopher Birch, has a slower tempo than her previous three singles but still carries the sumptuous voice of Carter on a signature Birch Hill Records beat. According to Carter, “It’s a bit controversial but we took it there. The guys talk about these things all the time and we can do it as well“.

The song, is also accompanied by a video that was released recently and Carter says it’s cutting edge: “We actually do not have any guys in this video just some sexy girls having fun and showing the diversity of the Caribbean and Belize.

Now preparing for the launch of her yet to be named album, Carter who continues to be Belize's top reggae artiste, reveals that the album is a combination of her experience in the music so far, "This album is about my growth in the music; talking about everything from love to hate. We are working with different producers out of places like Africa, Miami, LA and Jamaica. We wanted to do a reggae fusion album.

Now preparing for the launch of her yet to be named album, Carter who continues to be Belize’s top reggae artiste, reveals that the album is a combination of her experience in the music so far, “This album is about my growth in the music; talking about everything from love to hate. We are working with different producers out of places like Africa, Miami, LA and Jamaica. We wanted to do a reggae fusion album.

She continued, “This album is being directed by my new team and we are working on taking the music I am doing to higher heights and becoming more known not just in the Caribbean but also the United States and Europe.

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