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Dancehall Duchess Tiana nominated for female artiste of year in Africa Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Wednesday, 26 December 2012 15:14 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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     Fast-rising Dancehall artiste and the self-professed Dancehall Duchess, Tiana has once again proven her strong outreach in the continent of Africa as she's been nominated for a major accolade in the mother continent.
 
Tiana was recently nominated for Female Artiste of the Year at the 2012 Kingston 10 Reggae Awards in Kenya. Based in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi, Kingston 10 hails as a prominent Dancehall/Reggae show that highlights many of Jamaica's top entertainers on a daily basis; promoting the island's key genres across the country.
 
Known for her strong fan base in the West African country, Tiana was nominated for Female Artiste of The Year alongside the Queen of Dancehall, Lady Saw, prominent Dancehall divas, Tifa and Ce'Cile as well as Reggae warrior, Ikaya.
 
Tiana had a commendable follow-up year to her breakout campaign in 2011. After scoring with hits like Bruk Out and Wine, Highest Grade and many others last year, Tiana made waves with hits like Only Girl Him Want (remix of Popcaan's Only Man She Want), Dem a Bawl, Don't Stop and One Stuck Whine. Dem a Bawl landed Tiana a top 10 spot on the MTV Base Africa Dancehall/Reggae charts while holding down top spot on the Kenyan charts four consecutive weeks.
 
To date Tianamusicvideos Youtube Channel has garnered over 2 million views and still growing.
 

 

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