Latest hits such as “Man Government” and “Good”, as well as major corporate contracts with brands including Life Span and Covergirl highlight how Latifa “Tifa” Brown has successfully managed to transcend over a decade in the Dancehall sector.

The “Dash Out” Deejay credits her history of success to remaining current.  This currency she has accomplished by creating content her fans will relate to.

“I just  put myself in the position of me or the patron, like what would I want to hear? What me woulda say bap bap to ina the club or ina the party? What me would rail to? That’s how I write” the popular artiste explains.

Tifa’s latest single “Man Government” is charting on the Itunes chart, and also has a video recently shot in Los Angeles, but the artiste who is topping charts says her career as a far way to go, as she has yet to experience it’s most defining moments.

She, however, highlights what she proudly recalls a standout point:  “If I should look back on my career, It would probably be when I made Billboard, on the ‘Emerging Artists’ charts...to just be there with Halsey and all of those big names, that was a real good look; I like making history, especially as a female for my country”  

She also points out that she is excited about her new partnership with International cosmetic brand “Cover Girl”.

“It’s a great milestone in my career, I think it is very iconic and I'm just happy to be representing the full spectrum line, which is the line for women of colour. A lot of the times we tend to have to mix and blend make-up colour, our true match… I’m glad to be a part of the project and pushing full spectrum, I’m glad to be the Jamaican face, the Caribbean face because it’s never been done before.”


                                                 

                                                                 

EARS ON THE GROUND

While continuing to make waves on international shores and maintaining her dominance in Dancehall, Tifa still manages to have her ears on the ground and says she is listening to various up and coming dancehall sensations.

Sharing that she hopes all talented artistes get the recognition they deserve, the “Spell it out” star heaps praises on fellow young females such as Koffee, Jada Kingdom, Naomi Cowan, Lila Ike, Sevana, Tosh Alexander and Dovey Magnum.

She also shares the males counterparts she’s currently blasting through her speakers: “6ix boss and him crew, Govana… the Mobay artistes them, the Mobay male artiste them.. Like all of them.

The “Big Bumper” deejay highlights that fans can expect the official video of “Man Government” to be released soon, as well as other international projects to be announced for the second half on 2019.