Sophia Squire sings about 'Love And Conflict'
Reggae artiste Sophia Squire is getting major props for her new single, 'Love and Conflict', produced by Global Flex Records.
The single is generating favourable airplay on Irie, Hitz and SunCity radio, while getting a good number of views on YouTube and Facebook.
"Overcoming obstacles and maintaining a healthy relationship has always been a focus of my message from day one and when I went into the studio and heard the rhythm, the lyrics just came to me. This song was recorded during one of my best moments in the studio, and the results speak for themselves, because this song is taking off fast in both local and international markets," she said.
The Love Don't Hurt singer has carved out a niche for herself in reggae music with her artfully created anthems that deal specifically with the continual empowerment of women.
Fresh off a recent performance in Germany at Reggae Jam, one of the most anticipated reggae festivals of the year, Squire is now focused on her career.
"Nothing feels better than performing. It's a joy to see people happy and that's what I live for and what I appreciate about my job. I put a smile on someone's face or help another person come face to face with their fears, and that's rewarding," she said.
Sophia Squire is known for singles such as Rat-ta-ta-tat, Love and Love Don't Hurt.