Jan 3, 2014, 9:44 AM
UK-based Jamaican reggae dancehall singer, Tenza Di Boss Lady, is currently inThe Gambia rocking stage performances in different venues.
The ‘Goodwill Ambassador’ of the Brikama Major Health Centre (BMHC) performed at the 5th edition of the Briks-Tone Fiesta on 17 February 2014.
The fiesta is usually a fundraiser for the health center organized by the Badinyaa One Family Promotions in Brikama, Gambia, and the Stand Tall Promotions in Glasgow, Scotland.
Di Bozz Lady is in Banjul, the Gambian capital, for the 5th Briks-Tone Fiesta of February 17. She performed in the 4th edition of the fiesta last year and was appointed ‘Goodwill Ambassador of BMHC’ – in recognition of her contribution to raising funds for the health centre.
She had also collaborated with Gambian artistes like Ballaranks and T Smallz.
According to DJ Masta Lion, a Finland-based Gambian, Tenza has so much passion for Gambia and wants to embark on lots of projects.
He said the singer will have a “reggae dancehall splash concerts” in Brikama, Sukuta, Busumbala, Batokunku, Siffoe, and Senatrass Bakau - featuring local artistes like Benjamin, T Smallz, Badibunka, Street Thug (ST), ENC, Phylantrophy, DJ Masta Lion, DJ Mata Baruka, DJ Ratty, MC Artical Slice – and back by Champion Sounds.
About Di Boss Lady
Jahseen Forster alias Tenza Di Boss Lady hailed from Kempshot of Montego Bay Jamaica. Born and raised in a family of fifteen (9 brothers and 5 sisters), Tenza left Jamaica for the UK town of Slough at fourteen.
For Tenza, it was a difficult time, leaving all her friends and family and began a whole new life in England. She started attending the Slough Youth Centre music classes, dance classes, singing classes and entering competitions.
Since the start of her record label TMD records Tenza released four solo studio albums, namely “Ready Back”, “Wicked like me”, “Pon Dem Endz again” and “Jah mission”
Tenza as a recording artiste has completed several musical tours across the world in countries like India, Japan, Malaysia, Sweden, Austria, Gambia and Uganda.
She received several awards including the CMA award for best international cross over artiste, best female dancehall solo artiste of the year 2013 DIA UK awards.
Tenza has also been doing a number of charity work including Sue Ryder midnight all female10km walk, a proud sponsors of Buckingham all-age school in her native Jamaica and she is adopted by Badinyaa One Family Promotions Production in and Brikama Major Health Centre as a ‘Goodwill ambassador’.
She sees her self as a role model for all young females who want to make it in life whether in the music or anything in other fields. Her message is always the same: “stand strong and work towards your dreams and goals”.