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Patra

Patra

Patra


Reggae female deejay Dorothy Smith aka Patra born on January 22, 1972 in Kingston, Jamaica. Debuted in 1993 with album "Queen Of The Pack", which became hit album in the U.S. She becamed one of most famous reggae female artists, proclaimed as “reggae diva” and “queen of the dancehall”. Second album in 1996 “Scent of attraction” sold slightly less but was still a success, hitting #2 on the Reggae albums chart. Nearly all of her singles from both albums crossed over to the Pop chart. Read more on Last.fm
Reggae female deejay Dorothy Smith aka Patra born on January 22, 1972 in Kingston, Jamaica. Debuted in 1993 with album "Queen Of The Pack", which became hit album in the U.S. She becamed one of most famous reggae female artists, proclaimed as “reggae diva” and “queen of the dancehall”. Second album in 1996 “Scent of attraction” sold slightly less but was still a success, hitting #2 on the Reggae albums chart. Nearly all of her singles from both albums crossed over to the Pop chart. After close to a decade of silence she released her third album “The Great Espace" , preceded by the single "Pressure Me." The following year, she appeared on the Two Culture Clash project, where she was featured on the album's lead single, "How Do You Love" featuring fellow reggae artist, Danny English. Her fourth studio album, Where I've Been, was released in 2005, preceded by the single "Man Dem Thriller" and released through the independent record label, Wall Street Entertainment.

A follow-up single, "Black Cinderella" was also released. Soon after, Patra took some time off once again from the music industry, becoming more spiritually connected to God and completing a Bachelor degree in history and political science. In 2012, she signed with Veal-Steen Music. That year, she did a series of shows and interviews, and began work on her fifth studio album with a 12-track set planned with A&R executive/producer, Rich Nice.[13] She released a buzz track "Bad Inna Bed" ahead of the album's first single, "Come Ova" (featuring Delus) which premiered in June 2012. The music video premiered on August 24, 2012 on YouTube. In 2013, she announced a new single off the album (now titled Patra: The Continuation), "Sweet Reggae Music," which premiered in April. The album Patra: The Continuation" was released on February 18, 2014. Read more on Last.fm.

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