Shav-A sees positives despite COVID | Entertainment
Up-and-coming entertainer Shav-A says the COVID-19 pandemic made her reflect on her life.
“I needed a reset. With all this downtime, I have realised that I needed to stop and rethink a lot of things that are going on in my life, and it also taught me that I am a much better person when I am more in touch with my spiritual side,” she said.
Shav-A, given name Shavanique Allen, has music in her blood, being the daughter of veteran reggae singer Admiral Tibet.
She started her career as a backup vocalist, going on tours with her internationally acclaimed father, and this has blossomed the artiste as a unique songbird with a promising solo career.
She is currently promoting songs such as Gangster Girl and a cover version of JC Lodge’s Someone Loves You Honey.
As for life after COVID-19, Shav-A said: “I can’t speak for others but I can definitely say that for me, life will be great as I was able to make the necessary preparations for when the world opens again.”
“I am currently managed by Gary G, who is a veteran radio DJ. I have my own band, which is called the Positive Force band, led by Speckle, and also my video team Veinless Visuals, who are always ready for the next shoot,” she said.