An album of this calibre would not be possible without collaborations with great producers; Birchill, Suku, Teetimus and ZJ Chrome to name a few. The album only contains two features artistes – Agent Sasco on I’m The Man, as well as Tanto Blacks on Rich Sex. This allows the talented singer to single handedly showcase her powerful voice and catchy vibe on other tracks such as Not This Chick, Weh You Feel Like, Maybe Love and Buss A Whine, another single which has been setting the tone on the airwaves since its release back in April.
The album showcases Tifa’s musical diversity, with tracks delving into more than just Dancehall sounds; she taps into her international side as well, creating hits that her fans both home and abroad can appreciate. Years in the making, the Dancehall diva is excited for the world to hear what she has to offer. Speaking proudly of this album, Tifa says, “It is a melting pot of culture, touching everything from Inspirational music to Reggae to hard core Dancehall.”
One of Dancehall’s hardest working acts, Tifa has released a host of hits over her career, most notably Spell It Out, Bottom Of The Barrel, If I Could Fly and Certified Diva with Tami Chynn. This album is a result of her efforts over the years and she is quite satisfied with this body of work.
SOURCE: Susan Smith