By Marc Parc
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Dancehall's proverbial princess, Tiana has once again shown a welcoming change of pace with the release of her newest single, Me Nuh Fear Yuh.
Following the worldwide success of her thought-provoking counteraction to Popcaan's Only Man She Want with the single, Only Girl Him Want, Tiana has quickly re-introduced her 'bad gyal' image to the mainstream with Me Nuh Fear Yuh, which features on the newly-released Tekk On Riddim, co-produced by D&H Records and Subkonshus Music.
The single features the somewhat underrated ferocity of Tiana, whose tone throughout Me Nuh Fear Yuh showcases a lack of intimidation within the music industry. In the single, which was unveiled on Tiana's birthday (February 17), she deejays, "booooooout yuh badda dan, diss me, yuh wi see who a di madda one, mi will push yuh back inna yuh madda weh yuh come from, heh heh, a weh yuh come from?”
The short but sweet single reinforces Tiana's strangle hold within the Dancehall industry as she aims to build on her growing reputation as one of the genre’s new-age first ladies.
Me Nuh Fear Yuh hails as one of many songs on the loaded, Tekk On Riddim, a production reminiscent of the popular G Shock Riddim, also the brain child of the D&H/Subkonshus brands. The Tekk On Riddim features singles from several internationally-acclaimed artistes such as Beenie Man with Gal I Know Yuh, Tarrus Riley with Centre of Attraction, Leftside with Tic Toc, Darrio with Old School Style, Delus with Set Suh and Konshens with Hot Patty and Badman Settingz. A European promo of the Tekk On Riddim was also unveiled; featuring a slew of underground and emerging young artistes on that continent such as Young Cashino and Kalibwoy, amongst others.
Meanwhile, Me Nuh Fear Yuh follows up a soothing Reggae single from Tiana on the Raining Bass Riddim, entitled U Alone; showcasing a sound rarely heard from an artiste with such versatility.
For Tiana, these singles reflect the essence of an artiste who knows no boundaries.