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Tamara Bubble releases thought provoking To Kill A Baby video

Tamara Bubble releases thought provoking To Kill A Baby video

I wasn’t always a fan of Tamara Bubble’s approach when I first started receiving her music. Over time her talent and perseverance won me over. Her approach has been refined and polished along her journey and often impresses me now.

Yesterday I received an email from Tamara that almost made me choke on my coffee when I read the subject line, it read “Are you Pro-Choice or Pro-Life”. My first reaction in my head was WTF is she doing? As I opened the email I became dumbstruck and overwhelmed with emotion.

Some stories can only be repeated right through the owner’s words, this is one of them. This is what I read:

SERIOUS QUESTION FOR YOU …

I think by now you know that I write about the good, the bad, and the ugly! I do it because it’s life. There’s never a dull moment, but most people shy away from taboo subjects and only talk about the romance.

I wrote “To Kill A Baby” after the ‘SandyHook’ crisis, but when I initially released the audio on my P.ublic S.ervice A.nnouncement EP, people had a completely different interpretation of the record … waaaaaay left field. The song took on a whole new meaning and that’s the beauty of art.

There’s no right or wrong answer, but I think it’s time we have this much needed discussion. Watch my new video “To Kill A Baby” and let me know if you agree / disagree with the message, how it makes you feel, whether you’re pro-life or pro-choice, and any other feedback. #BubbleOnDeck


I openly applaud Tamara for her bravery, in today’s world where there is so much disregard for the value of life, she tastefully approached a thought provoking subject in her music. Tamara is going to stir it up big with her To Kill A Baby Video, we definitely support her and can’t wait to see the feedback she receives.

Please leave a comment below and tell us how you feel about Tamara’s new video.

GiGi Capone

November 12th, 2016

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  1. Rahbert Randolph says:

    I really enjoyed the song and the message. It is a touchy subject but hey its life and we must deal with it. Miss Tamara Bubble do your thang boomp love it

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