TooSweet Music Graces the presence of Legendary Actors and Actresses in Snow Black the movie

TooSweet's hot single "Murda Murda"

Las Vegas, Jul 31, 2020 ( - Internationally acclaimed singer/songwriter TooSweet makes her cinematic debut with her song "Murda Murda" with a premiering in the full-feature film Snow Black. The film features the legendary Gloria Hendry who is best known for her role as Rosie Carver in the James Bond film Live and Let Die. In this film, she plays the role of Aunt Sidney alongside the martial arts legend, Ron "The Black Dragon" Van Clief starring as Jerrod Camden.

Snow Black, directed by Robert D. Parham, is set to release in 2021. In this action-packed film, Sarah Camden, a special operations soldier with PTSD, strikes out to rid her town of gangs, drugs, and crooked politicians. TooSweet's song is included on the Snow Black soundtrack along with Knoc-Turn'al, legendary hip-hop artist, who is not only the producer of the soundtrack but also plays the role of Knoc in the film.

WorldFilmGeek has given Snow Black, which will be debuting soon, a great review and has recommended that fans of action films should go see it. Check out his review at with debuting TooSweet's song "Murda Murda".  Born and raised in San Diego/Oceanside, California, Coreen Lafayetta Selmon, otherwise known as TooSweet, has been involved in the music industry since she first began showing off her talents in her church choir. She released her first EP titled Love/Hate in 2014 and in 2015, she opened up and performed alongside legendary artists such as Scarface, Suga Free, Bad Azz, Knoc'turnal, Mystikal and many more. Taking her inspiration from many artists and genres of music, TooSweet demonstrated the extent of her musical talent when she was awarded The Akademia Music Award for the Best R&B Song in 2016 for her single "Grown Woman (Anthem)".

This innovative, much-talked-about young singer/songwriter will be recording with artists from around the world beginning in 2020 electrifying crowds with her unique style and combination of rap, R&B, and Reggae.

TooSweet and Rapper Trizz aka Baby Rip Gut (affiliated with Brotha Lynch Hung and the label Strange Music) will be recording their first song together. Later this year, TooSweet will be headed to Uganda where she will work with Dan Flavour and others on her feature song. Lastly, she will travel to Brazil where she will collaborate with Paroas do Brazil.

TooSweet recently joined world-renown Chef Wenford Simpson on his new TV show on the Food Network where they prepared a live cooking demonstration and discussed ways to remain safe and healthy during the global pandemic. She shared with him how her passion and drive helped her to climb the ladder to success.

Currently living in Las Vegas, this musical powerhouse, considered to be an "Indie on the move", has quickly ascended in popularity in the music industry. Watch and listen for the name TooSweet to be featured in the global music industry as well as on other movie soundtracks in the future.  Listen now to "Murda Murda" 


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