Legendary reggae- en dancehall icon
Tanya Stephens is undoubtedly one of the most influential female reggae and dancehall artists to emerge in the late 1990s. The Jamaican queen has managed to create an impressive musical legacy and her career has spanned more than three decades.
Stephen’s debut album ‘Big Things a Gwaan’ was released in 1994 and featured the great Yami Bolo and President Brown. Her big breakthrough followed two years after that release. Her track, “Yuh Nuh Ready fi Dis Yet” on Dave Kelly’s record-breaking “Joyride Riddim” launched her to the limelight. Now she is working with reggae giant Tad’s Record. They are teaming up to release a new album titled ‘Some Kinda Madness’. The lead single ‘Diamonds In The Sun’ (featuring legends Cedella Marley and Diana King) has received critical acclaim from experts and the public in a short time since its release.