Tifa Unleashes Latest Sensational Single 'Say Yes,' Crafted by Dancehall Chart-Topping Maestro Kemar McGregor




Embarking from her Kingston roots, Tifa's journey took her from the elegant Graham Heights to Duke Street in Downtown, Kingston, post her parents' separation, where she resided with her grandmother. After her grandmother's passing, she found a home with Joan McDonald, her mother's close friend and former Ms Jamaica World beauty queen.

Throughout her life, Tifa drew strength from her mother, a constant pillar of support. Her passion for music blossomed early, nurtured by her stepfather, the renowned music producer Garfield 'Sampalue' Phillips.

In April 2011, Tifa signed a landmark endorsement deal with NUVO, the world's first sparkling liqueur, earning her the title of Brand Diva. Notable performances at the 2011 Reggae Sumfest Show in Montego Bay solidified her status. Tifa continues to be the brand ambassador for Digicel and Bigga Soft Drink, renewing the latter for the fourth consecutive year in 2017.

Expanding her brand, Tifa delved into merchandising with the 'Tifa SIG' signature headphone line, a collaboration with Sound is Genius (SIG). This venture showcases her commitment to both music and entrepreneurial pursuits.

Highlighted by features on Globalgrind.com, owned by Russell Simmons, and the cover of the July 2014 issue of L3 Magazine, Tifa's career boasts significant achievements. Her single "Body Up" featured in the Netflix series Hemlock Grove, marking another milestone.

Acknowledged among the Top Ten Reggae/Dancehall Greatest Lady Deejays by Largeup.com, Tifa elevated her career by signing with Island Kings Records in North America. The collaboration resulted in the hit single "Bak it Up," making waves on the Billboard Twitter Trending 140 Chart in late 2014.

Kicking off 2024 with a triumphant start, Tifa unveiled three impactful singles – "Doh Real," a bold message to her detractors, and the taunting dancehall ballad "Big Head Boy," gaining acclaim from social media and DJs alike. The latest addition to her impressive discography is the much-talked-about "Say Yes," produced by the Billboard King Kemar McGregor. The track pays homage to Dave Kelly, with a beat that's a popular remake of one of his classics. The accompanying visuals are already causing a buzz on social media, establishing "Say Yes" as the ultimate dancehall anthem. This release sets the stage for more, including anticipated international collaborations slated for 2024.