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back from her tour in Barbados, Keldamuzik is quickly earning her title as an international star. After three months of touring, Diva (Keldamuzik) is now ready to release her solo album “Diva TV.” The title of the album is based off of her hit TV show “Diva TV,” where she allows her fans to get an in-depth look of how she put her album together.
A stand out track from the album “Wind Blow” which features Barbados’ top act Kirk Brown and her very own artist Lingo Starr, and Shavonne. This song was truly inspired by Barbados’ beautiful scenery, from the soulful beat to Kirk Browns’ reggae inspired verse; you can’t deny this feel good song. Her crossover hit “Thirsty,” is a definite crowd pleaser, a dance beat with an unforgettable auto tune hook sung by Aubrey. The album also features Don P, Eddi Projex, Netta Brielle, Nump, Matt Blaque, Kuzzo Fly just to name a few. With the recent success of Nicki Minaj everyone is checking for females MC’s, and with Keldamuzik’s originality and her natural star quality, this DIVA is ready to deliver About the Artist: Keldamuzik is that Special Force, A Diva Force! She is the Sassy but Classy, Classy but Edgy, Spitzress, Prima Donna, and Rap Goddess of Hip Hop, and the entertainment world with a “Diva Swagger” that is a special force that has to be seen and heard through her many enigmatic entertainment facets.
From the artistic facet commentary where she with herself created “Diva TV” highlights the daily grind of every artist where she is featured and takes you on a journey and Hip Hop journal from California Bay Popular to being Universally Fabulous, to the social facet commentary with her “Diva Project” that empowers young women to succeed. This special force called “Keldamuzik the Diva” further embellishes these commentaries with a dynamic fresh look that’s both feminine and stylish but yet personifies the strength of all tough, enterprising and independent young women, as she demonstrates in her two hit singles “Get up and Get it” and “Girlfriend”. This special force is seen and heard through her showmanship, a vibrant regal energy with a sexy smile that gets you dancing but also reaches down into your soul as she step off the stage into the audience and looks you dead in the eyes as if she’s telling her story directly to you, these qualities is what makes her a star. This is especially demonstrated when she spits fire with powerful lyrics and a lyrical delivery that has tonality and colorful expressiveness and not your average screaming on a microphone over a too much bass distorted beat that over powers the Hip Hop lyrics and the Hip Hop artist.