Singer/songwriter Tanta T is making her mark in the music industry as a force spreading "feel-good" music. Reared by Jamaican parents from Manchester and Clarendon, Tanta T grew up performing on stages as a singer, actress, and pianist. With a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from UCF, she is also an accomplished painter and designer and uses every opportunity to express her creativity. Tanta T's musical influences include oldies reggae, R&B, and light rock and artists such as Bob Marley, Alton Ellis, John Holt, Stevie Wonder, Musiq Soulchild, Lauryn Hill, and Amy Winehouse. As a songwriter, she adapts the style of writing music that either tells a story, expresses human emotion, or explains a difficult situation. Tanta T has opened shows for popular reggae artists such as Buju Banton, Collie Buddz, Everton Blender, Etana, and Serani. Her first album titled "JAmerican" (2012) is a favorite in the U.S. and abroad. Her dancehall reggae single "Baddest" won The Akademia's Music Award for Best Pop/Reggae Song of the Year (2016). Her latest roots reggae single "Waste Time" is currently in rotation on internet radio stations throughout the U.S. and Jamaica.
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