Jamaican entertainment media personality now turn deejay, Amelia “Milk” Sewell is upping her game in the entertainment industry.
Milk, who use to be the host of a popular entertainment program on CVM TV, had a fallout a few years ago with a leaked sex tape that hit the internet.
Like so many other stars, the TV personality-producer/radio host/deejay is bouncing back from that scandal to make her career even bigger as she plans to Book and some new tracks. Milk also recently made her debut in acting in a comedy called Against His Will, which was directed by Douglas Prout. She also released a song earlier this year called “Flossy.”
In an interview with Jamaican newspaper The Star Milk revealed that she is working with some top dancehall producers to release some new material. She said there are a number of songs coming out, including Little Kitty for Seanizzle, Come and Get It for Russian and Hot Girl with Cashflow Productions. She also hopes to do work with Leftside soon.
“The Hot Girl song is like a follow-up to the Flossy song. it’s been great working with all these people, everybody in the industry has been great to me. But the hardest thing is getting people to take me seriously as an artiste. Everybody just thinks of me as a tv personality, and puts me in a box. But I’ve been learning the business.”
Outside of music, Milk is also in the process of writing her first book.
According to Milk, the book is an autobiography of her life from her childhood to present day.
“I’m in the process of shopping for publishers right now; and I’m also in the process of gathering phone numbers and calling persons and asking for their permission to use their names in the book, because I don’t want to make up anything. I want everything to be true.”
Milk said she want to set the record straight in her new book.
“My life is so epic; and some people have too many misconceptions on my life and what I do on a day-to-day basis. I just want to set the record straight.”
Milk is also planning her birthday bash ‘Milky Way’ to be held in Kingston on January 8.