You may remember the name Lala Pink from her major appearance and placement on Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall. It was there the dancehall diva first earned her stripes and set her sights on solo stardom.
“Performing to my audience, with the support of friends and new found fans gave me the validation that music was indeed my destiny. It was a thrilling moment for me and I thank God everyday for that wonderful opportunity to showcase my talent. ”
Despite migrating to America Lala Pink has stayed true to her Jamaican roots of reggae and dancehall. When quizzed about her inspiration she answered by saying she draws her inspiration from the greats.
“I have always been a fan of soulful, powerful music as a matter of fact that is what I grew up listening to. Diana King, Lady Saw, Patra, Mc Lyte and Monie Love are some of my earlier inspirations; it is from that eclectic mix of music that I found my authenticity.”
Lala Pink recently released a new single called “Relationships.” The single is on the Futristic Era Riddim and has been doing extremely well especially with her fans in the US.
“People have been walking up to me daily telling me how much the love the song, Relationships. I know in myself that a lot of people will like this song because of what it speaks about and the fact that the song is so relatable.”
The artiste shares that she is focused on promoting her brand by putting out more music for her fans.
“No doubt about it Lala Pink is a name that you are going to hear bout more and more. Mi nah stop promote myself and I am also promoting Optimistic TGGF, which is a promotional page for female celebrities. So world, just listen out for more things to come from me.”