The untitled compilation features 22 tracks and is largely reggae-influenced, with touches of R&B, gospel and techno, as well as dancehall. The album will feature production from the likes of ZJ Chrome, UIM Records, Washroom Entertainment and Ward 21, who helped bring her to prominence in 2008 and 2009 with hits such as Bottom of the Barrel and Spell it Out.
Meanwhile, Tifa will once again be a fixture at the upcoming Youth View Awards, set to be held at the National Indoor Sports Arena in Kingston on Saturday night. Having won more YVAs than any artist to date, she has earned nominations for Favourite Local Artiste of the Year, Celebrity Role Model, and Female Fashion Icon of the Year.
Currently, the deejay has singles in rotation such as Sad Bad alongside Chino and Jealous Ova with emerging deejay, Dexta Daps.
Tell us how can we improve this post?