Courtney Noel shooting video for ‘GT Woman’

Courtney Noel

“Arrowhead” singer and songwriter Courtney Noel is currently in Guyana shooting a video for his latest song “GT Woman”. The song pays tribute to some of Guyana’s phenomenal women, whether they are renowned or mothers in the home.

“There will be two stories happening in the video. The first is about a love story between myself and the leading lady. I’m looking for a partner in life and dating different young ladies in search of the right one. The other story will be featuring some of the accomplishments of our major Guyanese women including: Viola Burnham, Eileen Cox, Aliann Pompey, Cathy Hughes and Beverly Harper among others,” Courtney said.

In July of this year, Courtney shot his video for the song “Chutney Gyal” collaborating with ‘Guyana Babu’ Terry Gajraj. This video will be released along with “GT Woman” in time for Mashramani next year. At present, there are two teaser trailers on YouTube for the “Chutney Gyal” video and within the next two weeks, there will be one out for “GT Woman”. ….


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