Twisting our credulity

“She is known for her powerful, husky voice, and poetic and somewhat obscure lyrics.”

The number of female singers with deep “husky” voices clearly outnumber what one would expect to find naturally. Of course there seems to be nothing natural about the music industry.  And much like many fellow pop-stars there is something very artificial with Tanita Tikaram as well.

Tanita Tikaram was born to an Fijian-Indian British Army soldier and a Malaysian mother so her physical looks are indeed inhabitual – still it is hard not to notice her typically male voice and masculine looks regardless of origin.

Tikaram must today be regarded as something of a one hit wonder – and her biggest hit came with her debut album at only 19 years old with her first singles that became top 10 hits around Europe. None of Tikarams later efforts ever matched her debut album and her popularity has quietly dropped since her smashing debut. Maybe her looks and voice did get noticed, only not by the public but rather by the music executives who detected what we see today – Elite Gender Inversion.

Tanita Tikaram “Twist In My Sobriety” – 04:36 (mm:ss)


Tanita apparently drinking from a teacup


Pretty visual play here – ‘Manita’ some might think


Tikaram playing bull with short index fingers

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North, East, West, South – our media encode, script and popularize stories that aim to control the general population. Information is not free or harmless – rather a controlled and refined weapon covertly used on our minds ever since its inception – and model – the Babel.

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