The Belizean born veteran Reggae music artiste Pupa Curly has released his new single “No Competitor” featuring Chris Penny UG . The single is the first release from the new four song EP The Next Chapter. Released on Tuff Kruffy Entertainment label, the single is available now and distributed worldwide by Tuff Gong International.
The Next Chapter EP Track List:
1. No Competitor feat Chris Penny UG
2. Gimmi A Chance
3. What A Gwaan
4. Going Back Home feat. TR Shine
About Pupa Curly
After break-out hits like “You Must Wake Up,” & “Crack is a Killa”, Pupa Curly, a socially and politically conscious edutainer & social activist continues his musical journey.
Pupa Curly has performed at many of Southern California’s elite festivals including: Santa Monica Pier’s Twilight Concert Series; Kangal California Reggae Splash; Bob Marley Day Festival; Seabreeze Festival; and UCLA’s Jazz/Reggae Festival to name a few. Other notable performances include performing recently for King William Gabula Nadiope IV of Busoga Kingdom in Uganda, East Africa, and last December in Ghana, West Africa.
Pupa Curly has collaborated on George Clinton’s “Paint the White House Black” single, taken from the album Hey, Man, Smell My Finger released on Prince’s Paisley Park Records, which also featured a host of ‘A-List’ Hip-Hop recording artists, including Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Kam, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and others.
After listening to Pupa Curly’s “Wake Up Mama”, an upbeat Afro-Punta song, urging Africa’s leaders to unite for the sake of the children of the continent, Pupa Curly was tasked by the world renowned Pan-Africanist and Founder of the African Diaspora Development Institute (ADDI), H.E. Dr. Arikana Chihombori Quao to write the theme song for the ‘Wakanda One City of Return’ project in Cape Coast Ghana. This resulted in “Going Back Home”, a vibrant, world-beat, soca vibe co-written by, and featuring TR Shine.
LISTEN TO “GOING BACK HOME”
“Just as Politicians and great leaders have a responsibility to inform and lead their people, so do musicians and artists. I believe music is a significant element in communicating to the people – positive and uplifting thoughts.” – Pupa Curly