Curvy Diva slams men who 'Carry Feelings' in latest single
Yanique 'Curvy Diva' Barrett
Media personality turned dancehall artiste Yanique 'Curvy Diva' Barrett has officially released a new single which takes aim at "men who act out and disrespect women when they are unable to get what they want from them sexually".
In a news release, her management team noted that the single also marks her one year anniversary as a recording artiste. Curvy Diva last April entered the music industry strong with the hit 'Lifestyle' single on the 'Money Mix' rhythm by Good Good Production.
With her fourth single, 'Carry Feelings', Curvy Diva said she wants to make it clear that she is here to stay and intends to make a mark internationally as a female dancehall artiste.
"I've worked hard in my first year and have seen myself develop as an artiste and song writer working with other strong writers. With the release of this 'Feelings' single I'm telling everyone to expect the unexpected and never try to put me in a box," she explained in the release.
She said the single is aimed at empowering women to be independent and walk away from any man who does not meet their 'boyfriend' criteria.
"Women have a choice and a right to be happy and if the man does not add up then you should be able to minus yourself from that situation without fear or intimidation, men who arent claimable will always remain in the friend zone," Curvy Diva added.
She said she is excited about what her second year as a recording artiste has in store and is gearing up to release additional tracks in the upcoming months. She is also set to shoot the visuals with I-Octane for their collaboration 'Unfair Games' in a matter of days.
Her Lifestyle Pool Party event, which is her official birthday party, will also have some surprises come April 29 at Constant Spring Golf Club in Kingston, the release said.
Barrett and cricketer Marlon Samuels have been embroiled in a feud the last weeks with the batsman threatening to sue the media personality and singer for alleged defamatory remarks.