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July 17, 2014
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Tifa delivers on the international scene


New York fans got a taste of what dancehall artiste Tifa had to offer when she held a showcase at the R Bar in New York City last week.

The artiste, who has been on the promotional grind in the Tri-state area over the past two weeks, delivered the hits that have made her one of the most in-demand acts in current dancehall.

Prior to the showcase, the Island Kings Entertainment recording artiste warmed chilly temperatures in Connecticut at the All White Party which was promoted by DNZ Promotions in association with NS Music Enterprise. That event saw fans jamming to hits such as Spell It Out, Crawny Gal and Bottom Of The Barrel and the new hit Bak It Up.

Bak It Up, which recently premiered to much acclaim, has been making serious noise at urban radio in the United States. The song is moving up several BDS-monitored radio stations, playlists stateside, as the promotional machinery moves into high gear.

Days after her showcase at R Bar, Tifa was interviewed by hosts Laura Stylez and Ebro Darden on WQHT Hot 97 FM in New York City. The more than 15-minute long interview saw Tifa discussing her career, among other things, and a live performance of Bak It Up.

She is confirmed to perform on the station's annual On the Reggae Tip concert, which is set to take place in New York City in August.

Tifa is planning a special performance for fans at this year's Reggae Sumfest show in Montego Bay. She joins the Dancehall Night line-up set for tonight.

Fans can check out Tifa's recent performance at the R bar in New York by visiting: http://youtu.be/XXMI6VPnlaw.

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