The singer/songwriter that Interscope Records co-founder and media mogul Ted Field calls, "a fresh new face and talent who brings more to the entertainment world than just music", has released her debut single - the infectious Pop/R&B track I HATE LOVE SONGS from her forthcoming album slated for release in early 2012. I HATE LOVE SONGS is available now on iTunes.
Jameisha Trice recently wrote and performed the vocals on "Taste of Heavin" heard on newly released board for game developer Elite Gudz - makers of Techno Kitten Adventures. The fun 100 mph techno treat accompanies the fierce TKA feline through her travels.
The artist that Field also coined, "music’s fresh young version of Martha Stewart" in addition to music, focuses on philanthropy, and creating sustainable artwork, home goods, and accesories is gearing up for a whirlwind worldwide release wherein she will celebrate the momentum of the single while bringing attention to the causes that she holds dear.
Jameisha Trice achieved notoriety writing for performers like JoJo & 3LW, and being the singer featured on National Radio advertising campaigns for brands that include Ciroc Premium Vodka and Luster’s Hair Care Products.
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