Greene Leaf Media frontline artist Tina Brown Africa has comes out finally with the much anticipated and most talked about track titled Good Girl Gone Bad.
A track made to signal the world she's unbeatable, is lyrically nurtured with Afro genetic vocals which very much deliberate and and conquered the notion Girls are also capable.
Tina Brown Africa declared herself unstoppable and non timid to escalate where others are falling.
The street warning anthem was made possible by Austel records.
"Music is a language that doesn't speak in particular WORDS. It speaks in EMOTIONS, and if it's in the BONES, it is in the BONES". @TinaBrownAfrica
Wise words spoken by an upcoming artist who is thriving to burst onto the music fraternity in Ghana, Togo and Nigeria. Considering the fact that these countries boast of a pool of top acts like Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Selebobo, Tiwa Savage etc. It takes only self determination and believe to make it. Saying NO to distractors and building self confidence.
On the first day of September,1999, a little princess was born in a village in Ikeja to Mr and Mrs Ameduro. Little are they to know that she is a golden egg of the womb. Occupational mobility of labour made her parents gave birth to her to a foreign land which she thus, becomes a citizen by birth in Nigeria. But she hails from Ghana with her paternal roots traced to Togo which made her a citizen of that country too. She is affiliated to these three countries which she love to heart. Born and breadth in Nigeria, She attended her primary and junior high schools at Model State College in Lagos. She then move to Ghana where she attended Bompata Presbyterian SHS but went and completed at Dadease Agric SHS for her secondary education.
With an angelic voice when she speaks, she vented into music to pursue her passion at the early age of 12. She sings regularly for fun and to inspire herself and others around her. Her full music career will then kick off at 17yrs, after 5yrs of discovering her talents. Appeals to benevolent individuals and organisations to help her shape her career prove futile. Countless promises by record label managers to sign and push her to the very top of the music chart that she so much dream for didn't yield any good results.
Despite all these hurdles, through her hard work and self determination, she managed to record a number of songs with her own money which are somehow enjoying airplay. Such tracks includes; Retire, The way I am, etc. Her official debut track How Many times was later on released followed by Assuarance, For Life and they are genuine tracks from the Afro Pop best female vocalist. (How Many Times video is on YouTube and can be stream via this link https://youtu.be/T1_HdrvQ2lA ).
She said it has not been easy for her as a female artist to make it despite her talents. She's thus appealing to the general public and any other benevolent individual to assist her realised her dream. Any record label or management that is willing to support her, she too is willing to give out her best.
The melanin-blessed songstress blend her music with Twi, Ewe, (two indigenous Ghanaian languages), Yoruba (a widely spoken local language in Lagos state, Nigerian) and of course she adds English to make it genetically modified African music. This gives her songs a different class of uniqueness and creativity. She has a soothing, seductive and melodious voice which softens her listeners. Describe by many entertainment pundits players including Djs, promoters and entertainment enthusiasts as the next sensational talents to hit Africa in the near future, she portrayed herself as African and thus she does Afro Pop, R&B and Afro Dancehall. She is nicknamed by peers and music fans as the Queen of Africa. She is the young lioness of Africa. I call her Queen of the jungle.
This 19years old female sensational vocalist from Ghana is called Tina Ameduro Brown, officially called Tina Brown.
She is set to released her latest single dubbed Good Girl Gone Bad. Do not hesitate to put your investment on this 19years old girl because she has everything it takes to be a superstar. Sow your seeds and reap your harvest in abundance.
Follow her on social media handles below;
Facebook: Tina Brown Africa
Written by. Spartan I.B.S
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