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SASIQUE - KINGSTON BAD GYAL - OFFICIAL ARTISTE MIXTAPE - FOUR STAR FOUNDATION

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FOUR STAR FOUNDATION PRESENTS: “ SASIQUE - KINGSTON BAD GYAL “ - MIXTAPE!! mixed by DJ Smo - September 2014 Tracklist: 1. Kingston Bad Gyal - Special 2. Nuh Wah (Konshens Counteraction) 3. Ghetto People Summer 4. Comfort Zone 5. Love Time 6. Come Inna Me Room 7. Real Bad Gyal 8. Headache 9. Hole Me 10. Body Ready - Four Star Remix 11. Body Ready 12. Alright 13. Bad Gyal Anthem 14. Party Time - Special 15. Carnival Time 16. Go Pan Mi Head 17. Whine 18. Make Me Feel So Good Contact: twitter.com/sassique twitter.com/4starfoundation instagram.com/sasique instagram.com/realdjsmo facebook.com/4starfoundation facebook.com/asasique SASIQUE (Born Markella Allen25th of September 1985) is a Jamaican reggae singer and was born in the Jubilee hospital to the proud parents of Maxine Robinson & Bonito Allen. And is from the community of Olympic Wayin the parish of Saint Andrew Kingston Jamaica, at the age of 3 her Mother took her to visit and spend a holiday vacation with her grandmother, Markella stayed and grew up in the parish of Saint Elizabeth with her grandmother.She attended Shiloh Primary, and Maggotty High School in St Elizabeth, also attended Catherine Hall primary, Anchovy High School in Montego Bay. And Donald Quarrie High School in Kingston. Although she lived in a very strict two story Oriented Christian home when her grandmother wasn’t present or around, because of no electricity in the home at that time she would visit a mechanical local business that plays the traditional Jamaican reggae music down stairs her grandmother’s home, she manage to keenly listen to the traditional Jamaican reggae music, although she wasn’t allowed to listen to such music. The Jamaican traditional reggae music was, and still the choice of music she listens to today. Her role models and inspirations are reggae super and mega Stars Beenieman, Buju Banton, Bounty Killa, Lady Patra, Papa San, Spragga Benz, Lady Saw, General Degree, and many more. She manages to remember the words of each song of each artist. At the tender age of 8 she started to develop a passion for the traditional reggae music, and that’s when she decided to become a Jamaican Entertainer in the traditional reggae music industry. Sasique’s music consists of dancehall, bad gal, reality, sex, and love. Standing 5’5 inches 115 lbs. Sasique was a finalist in the 2013 Magnum Kings, and Queens Jamaican idol TV reality show, she has also collaborated on the Happy Time Riddim with Beenieman, and other reggae Super Stars. Markella Allen enjoys reggae music and applies it to her life as a way of life. She attended the Shiloh Seven Day Adventist Church in the parish of St Elizabeth; she is a respectable, calm peaceful loving caring and very social person. When it comes to her fans she is a very loyal and concerned humanitarian her wish is to someday give back to her community and Jamaica in the near future.