One of Jamaica’s beloved musical Princesses, Tifa, seems to be positioning herself for a musical return which might seem to quash rumors of talks of retirement.

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Tifa who has enjoyed major musical and corporate success over the years, recently teamed up with DJ Kash from Atlanta 107.9fm to release a steamy single titled “All Night Long” representing for her core female’s audience.

Despite popular belief, the artiste has maintained a strong musical presence both locally and internationally releasing singles such as ‘Paradise’ featuring Stonebwoy, and Dany Neville Ft T-Pain, Tifa & Gyptian-Next Day (Remix) and ‘The Best’.

In a recent article published in The Jamaica Star titled “No sex for Tifa – Dancehall artiste says she has gone a year and a half without intimacy” the artiste talk not having sex for an extended period of time raising eyebrows and contrary to popular Jamaican practice.

The “SPELL IT OUT” diva  in a candid interview on IrieFm #EBuzz hosted by Kshema Francis on the popular programme “The Easy Skanking” shared her story or journey in music. Sharing personal and private personal and family moments, Tifa also spoke truth to power and challenged the audience to see beyond the hype and ‘get up’ out of their own way as they pursue success.

Tifa, earlier secured a supporting lead role in an upcoming drama series. The series which is titled For Little Girls Who Are Afraid To Speak is a high-concept crime drama about a family fighting to survive the harsh realities of life.


Listen Latifa “TIFA ” Brown shares her #RoadToSucess on the #EasySkanking w/ K’Shema Francis on #IRIEFM

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