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Rapper Tula asks tough questions: ‘Where is the love?’ this Christmas

Rapper Tula is beaming with pride at the rave reviews generated by his latest single, ‘Where Is My Love?’ which was released on his O Masters Entertainment label.

“It’s really a Christmas song, it is about a guy that misses his lover, Christmas is coming, everybody seems to care butu he is lonely, he is trying to find back his baby so he is asking: ‘where is my love?’. So the inspiration is about finding love this Christmas, which is season of love, buying gifts, sharing time with loved ones, but it is a difficult time for those who are estranged and who have lost their signficant person in their life,” Tula said.

Tula is also a gifted songwriter and producer, releasing projects under his label, O Masters.

He grew up in Lionel Town Clarendon, with his maternal grandmother, Pearline Robinson. He attended Bustamante High School where he rose to become the head boy of the institution. .

After graduating from high school Oneil went on to further his education at the Northern Caribbean University (NCU) where he graduated with his associate degree in Hospitality Management. Thereafter, he attained his Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security at the Penn State University. However, despite the academic accolades, it was music that remained his first true love.

“I grew up hearing my family singing at weddings, funeral and various community events, which further encouraged me to pursue music,” he said.

In 2012, he started his own label, O. Masters Entertainment. Under his label, he has released a myriad of projects largely as a producer, but also a rapper and song writer.

Some of these include, “Summer Is Here” by O. Masters and Belly B , “Give Me Your Heart” by Thyrieke, “Pilot” by Belly B, “King Street” by Guinney Pepper, “Talking by Nature Ellis,” “Jah A Champion” by Shalom, “Try” by Belly B and Chronic Law.

He is also working on an EP with Guinney Pepper.

“I want to create a huge impact on the music scene in a positive way,” he said.

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