Meet Barbados Soca Artiste, ‘SugahRhe’

Written by: Nekisha Cyrus

She’s sugar and spice and everything nice. Meet the sweet and sassy Bajan soca songstress, ‘SugahRhe’ that has been adding her unique musical flavor to the Caribbean soca pot for some time now.


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Caribbean Entertainment Hub caught up with SugahRhe this week on our brand new Instagram Weekly Live series ‘The E-Hub’, where she gave us a much-needed introduction to her music, her career, what her journey has been like thus far, and even surprised us with some brand new music. Check out the full interview below!

Yes, we did say she surprised us with her brand new release and we’re loving it. Her latest release ‘Tick Tok’  is officially out now, take a listen below!

To stay connect with SugahRhe, subscribe to her YouTube channel and follow her on Instagram.

Be sure to join us Each & Every Friday at 3pm EST/AST on Instagram for more LIVE interviews on ‘The E-Hub’, hosted by our very own Neicy as she chat it up with some of your favorites on the Caribbean Entertainment scene.

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