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  • Writer's pictureRomaine Brown

The Source Magazine Hails Tifa as Superstar Queen; Artist Honored at QORIHC Awards

Amidst the lingering excitement surrounding her latest single 'Say Yes', the singer has been dubbed the Superstar Queen of dancehall, expressing, "It's a great feeling to be acknowledged"


Tifa, hails as the superstar queen in dancehall


With the buzz still fresh surrounding her latest single 'Say Yes' (produced by Billboard-charting producer Kemar ‘Flava’ McGregor), dancehall artiste Tifa was recently honoured at the QORIHC Awards on March 24 at the Karl Hendrickson Auditorium, Jamaica College.


Recently, respected American hip-hop music publication The Source magazine, hailed Tifa as the newest superstar queen in dancehall.


"Its always a great feeling to be acknowledged for the blood, sweat and tears that you put in. It’s a joy and the reception has been overly amazing since the start of the year," said Tifa in a media release.



Since she emerged on the music scene in the late-2000s, Tifa has held her own as an artiste while breaking barriers musically. She has worked with corporate brands in the role of brand ambassador for companies including BMW, Wisynco and Digicel. She has also given back to her community in terms of outreach and charity.

Having grown up in a musical family, Tifa attended performing arts schools before diving into music. She rose to fame with Ward 21, known for hits like "Bottom of the Barrel" and "Crawny Gyal." Collaborations with Kabaka Pyramid, including "Rasta Man," solidified her career.


She notes that performing in Czech Republic, Central Europe, has been a major highlight for her music career. "Being the first female dancehall/reggae artiste to perform in Czech Republic is a major high point for me musically," she shared.



Tifa, born Latifa Brown, shared insights on collaborating with McGregor for 'Say Yes'. "It’s a joy working with Flava. He’s a dope producer and musician, so creatively, when we link up, it’s like magic. I also learn a lot from him,” said Tifa.


Since the release of Say Yes, Tifa has been featured in local and international press. They include Source magazine, Thisis50.com, 24hip-hop.com, Dripmode Magazine, King Power magazine, among others.

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