Latticore eyes hit with 'Bodyguard'

October 13, 2017

Multitalented US-based singjay Latticore is burning up the local and international dancehall scene and airwaves with 'Bodyguard', the track she hopes will give her that lasting breakthrough she so desires.

A flirtatious appearance, mixed with her strong, commanding voice and physique make up the total package the talented Jamaican wants to captivate her audience with.

Latticore, who's given name is Tanya Anglin, told THE WEEKEND STAR that her musical influences came from Lady Saw and Patra.

She migrated from Jamaica after high school, however, she took her songwriting and acting skills with her, and steadily honed her sound as time went by.

Her new single, Bodyguard, is produced by Doni Music Productions, distributed by Johnny Wonder 21 and is available on all digital platforms.

Latticore told THE WEEKEND STAR that the song was created from a simple inspiration from her friends.

She said, "The inspiration came from a WhatsApp group convo with my school friends. They were saying, Latticore, whenever you come to Jamaica you're gonna need a bodyguard, and then another friend (Winston) said, Latticore, you should make a song saying how man a guard up yuh body. I wrote it the same night."

According to Latticore, the reception to the song has been overwhelming. However, she denounces complacency and will be hitting the road with her team to drive the promotional aspect.

"My plan is to take it to the universe. We will also be shooting a music video for Bodyguard. Even when that is done, we still have more great music coming for the fans. I have unreleased tracks with Doni Music. I am destined to do great things, change and enhance dancehall and reggae music," said Latticore, who is also known for Shock and Back It Up, featuring Clymaxx.

Latticore says she harbours interest of working with Sizzla, Busy Signal, Buju Banton and Beres Hammond in the future.

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