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Cocoa Tea Sings For Shelly-Ann

Cocoa Tea Sings For Shelly-Ann

Cocoa Tea Sings For Shelly-Ann

By Johana Miller on Thursday, August 21, 2008 - Comment

Listen to Cocoa Tea’s song in honour of the new Jamaican Olympic champions, Shelly-Ann, Kerron and Sherone.


Cocoa Tea likes singing about people he admires. After Barack Obama, the Jamaican reggae veteran sings about Olympic Games Jamaican female athletes, particularly Shelly-Ann Fraser. The 21-year-old sprinter won the 100-metre women's final in a time of 10.78 seconds, while her teammates Sherone Simpson and Kerron Stewart both won the silver medals, as they were inseparable at finish line.

Listen to Cocoa Tea praising the Jamaican winning trio, over a riddim by Kemar 'Flava' McGregor’s No Doubt Records.

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