Great music with some serious messages, that is what Tamara Bubble is offering music lovers with her recent EP entitled “P.ublic S.ervice A.nnouncement”.
The first two tracks I listened to were ‘To Kill a Baby’ which addresses violence against children and ‘Pull Them Pants Up’ which addresses a major pet peeve of mine, men with their pants way too low, showing off their booty-cleavage.
Listen to the two songs below:
Pull Them Pants Up (prod. by Krazy Figz) is now available on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/pull-em-up-pull-them-pants/id642507260
Tamara is an entertainer from Brooklyn, NY. She writes and performs dance, Hip-Hop, Jazz and R&B. In January 2012, she released her debut project ‘Sneak Preview’ which included a classic jazz, yet sexy and soulful remake of ‘Fever’ as well as some amazing original material including “Sue You For Love” and more.Then in November 2012, Tamara was back with another EP “Unleashed”. In December 2012, she dabbled in Holiday music with the Hip-Hop track ‘Hey Santa’.
About “P.ublic S.ervice A.nnouncement”:
In April of this year, Tamara embarked on this socially conscious EP and with a theme song “Do Your Part”, Tamara has willingly embraced boldness, creativity and comedy in her music singing about issues ranging from sagging pants to murder to overcrowded prisons on some Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop and R&B productions.It was released on April 22 and proceeds for the first six month after release go to charities that Tamara believes are seeking to help communities and society as a whole.