PR JAMAICA ENT (MPARC): The emerging "Princess of Dancehall," Tiana continues her great run of form in 2011 with the release of her latest effort, "Bruk Out & Whine" on the highly acclaimed JA Production Overproof Riddim.
Tiana's new single adds to the slew of hits that the Justus Bustus/Roach produced Overproof Riddim has offered over the past month and a half; once again putting the singjay's sex appeal on full display. The video for "Bruk Out & Whine" was unveiled last week; producing a sultry vibe for Dancehall observers to take notice of on a beautiful beach setting.
In "Bruck Out & Whine," Tiana deejays, "Di man dem a mad ova mi body, dem a text & a tweet seh Mami, yuh body a di winner fi di Grammy, yuh body a di winner fi di Grammy." Additionally, Tiana displays her lyrical dexterity and confidence in the song by saying, "Watch mi whine and dip pon di dance floor, like a grine mi a grine..mi di man dem adore, pretty looks and ma shape equal to allure, so mi kill dem wid di tease, man dem bawl out More!" She continues, "Mi get madd when Overproof buss inna mi drone, haffi get some hard anytime mi go home, mi split, mi cotch pon di edge till it sore, mi love when di man dem seh.."
The video for "Bruk Out & Whine," has already earned tens of thousands of YouTube views just days after its release whilst gaining her more buzz locally, in North America and across the world. "Bruk Out & Whine," is the latest of a number of hit singles for Tiana; a list that includes "The Highest Grade Song," "Gyal Mi Love Yuh," featuring Konshens, "Haffi Mek It" (Love My Life), and the sexually charged remix of Popcaan's summer hit, "Ravin," entitled, "Pum Pum Phat."
Meanwhile, Tiana is just one of many top Dancehall/Reggae artistes to grace the Overproof Riddim, which is being talked about as the best Riddim in Dancehall for quite some time. The Riddim includes other Prominent acts such as Beenie Man with "Let's Go," Mavado with "Settle Down," Khago with "Tun Up Mi Ting," Aidonia with "Whine Up Yuh Body & Turn," as well as Supa Hype with "She Gone."