Tequila is a soulful rapper and singer and a breath of fresh air! She is a combination of NeoSoul and Hip Hop with a Sarah Vaughan quality. She is currently signed to LRT Music Group with distribution from Ingrooves_Fontana/Universal Music Group. Tequila is in the process of developing a new EP entitled “Positive Vibes” which will be follow-up to her first single release on LRT entitled “History”
Tequila is not your average recording artist! She has been entertaining fans for many many years from the church to sold out arenas. Like her first ever single release entitled “Tequila” featured “The Voice of the Bay Area – Mike Marshall.” Tequila’s second officially released single “Go Dumb Girl” did very well on Corporate Radio by climbing to 150 on the Urban Music Charts DJ’s in 2008.
The Lady with Swag (Tequila had and still own the rights to her own enegry drink “Swag Juice.”)SWAG JUICE” has the potential to take the energy juice market by storm.
Tequila presently has a free album available on www.trueanthem.com that is sponsored by NETFLIX AND SKULLCANDY. This album will give you a good idea of who TEQUILA is through her music.
Tequila past accomplishments includes sharing the stage with the likes of Busta Rhyems, Too Short, Tech9ne, Pitbull, and Turf Talk. Tequila is an industry force to be reckoned with because of her unique style. She is a triple threat as far as singing, writing, and rapping. Tequila is Silky, Sassy and her flow is unlike anyone in the industry today. Her single “TEQUILA” features Bay Area legend Mike Marshall formerly of Timex Social Club (Rumors), and The Luniz (I Got Five On It) fame. Tequila, made her singing debut in her father’s (W.C McClinton – Bay Area Television Ministry) 37th Street Baptist Church. She has host her own TV talk-show as a child on public access TV at the age of 13. With the success of her TV show and guest appearances in front of large church gatherings she honed her entertainment skills. Tequila started rapping at the tender age of 14. She spent 3 years in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she became acclimated to the rap game.