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May 2, 2014
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Pamputtae takes a new direction with 'Nuh Problem'

Pamputtae

The hardcore and explicit material previously recorded by dancehall deejay Pamputtae may be a thing of the past. The artiste shows her diversity and maturity on her latest single, Nuh Problem, which was produced by Donsome Records.

In a media release, Pamputtae explained that the new direction was needed to showcase her musical diversity.

"Yes it's a new direction for me as an artiste. Nuh Problem is a song which highlights what you can do with ease. Some girls believe that because you are fat you are not flexible, but I can do anything because mi nuh have nuh problem," said Pamputtae.

Born in Fletchers Land, Kingston, Pamputtae began her musical journey when she did an intro for dancehall selector Tony Matterhorn. Since then there has been no looking back.

The 28-year-old, whose real name is Eveana Henry, is known for her numerous slangs, confidence, and, her imitable style.

"The musical journey for me has been rough and tough sometimes, but I understand that it's a man's world and you have to pay to live in it," she shared.

Nuh Problem has been released digitally.It was written and produced by Adrian 'Donsome' Hanson.

Pamputtae is known for hits such as It Good, Ride It, Talk di Tings, and Slim Gal vsFluffy Gal featuring Spice.


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