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(VIDEO) Interview with Bahamian recording artist and songwriter, "TaDa"
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Aug 25, 2010 - 5:43:28 AM

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Freeport, Bahamas - After her triumphant Bon Voyage Concert Party in Nassau, TaDa (Terneille Burrows) is in Grand Bahama visiting her family.

TaDa stopped by the studios of Mackey Media to be interviewed by The Bahamas Weekly.

In her interview TaDa gives a quick overview of her achievements, and most recently she has become known as the Voice of the Bahamas Tourism Jingles with their "It's Better in The Bahamas" and the new "Tourism Today" jingle.  TaDa talks about her Bon Voyage party which was a huge success despite last minute date and venue changes.

The party was called "Bon Voyage" because TaDa will be leaving The Bahamas indefinitely as soon as next week. Her first stop will be Toronto Canada to support previous 100 Jamz DJ JJ's launch party. From there she will be touring the major music cities of the United States before going to London for movie premiere in which one of her songs is featured.

While on Grand Bahama she spoke at Rotary urging Bahamians to support local artists, and visited Cool 96FM, and will be singing at the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce Installation Banquet on Saturday. 

TaDa started in music ten years ago and has won songwriting awards, and her music videos have been featured on Much Music in Canada and Tempo in the Caribbean.

TaDa is one young Bahamian artist who has been going places and will continue to do so. She has self-marketing savvy and gives her words of advice to others who share the industry. Now that she has national recognition in her home country her next step is International validation.

Stay tuned to The Bahamas Weekly as we will continue to keep you informed of this bright stars future, no matter where her path leads her.

(Recorded in February 2010)

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