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Whether she’s travelling for dancing internationally, or staycationing for work as the up-and-coming dancehall artiste that she is, dancer/deejay Pretty Pretty loves to book a flight.
Last #traveltuesday, a fellow member of PRT (the dancing group named after each member Pretty Pretty, Rebel, and TC aka Keticia Chatman), Rebel named her top three travel stops in a similar style.
This #traveltuesday, Pretty Pretty – who’s also travelled with Rebel on several occasions — lists Canada among her top three places to visit.
Pretty Pretty, (whose real name is Tashlicka Laird), is known for her infectious songs Buzzy and SAD EEH.
The newcomer to the deejay arena was less than humble, and became quite animated as she spoke of her favourite travel stops.
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