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Tanya Stephens enjoying the success of Infalliable


Permalink 10:21:46 am, by amilnal
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Tanya Stephens enjoying the success of Infalliable

Since it's release last week, Tanya Stephens' album Infallible has been the proverbial talk of the town. The lyrical maverick's seventh studio album has been found to be nothing short of intense, inspiring and ofcourse littered with witty innuendos. The artiste says, "When I write, I try to stay true to the emotions I know people feel when they go through particular situations. There's nothing a listener hates more than an unrealistic situation. I hope my fans love what I have to offer on this project." The 18-track free album which was released by the independent label, Tarantula Records, already promises to be ranked among some of Tanya's best work, with songs ranging from the somber, Still Alive, the suggestive Bury A Bone and Siddung Pon It to the more emotive Just For Me - there's something for everyone on the album. "I like variety. That's how I grew up. I lived in a home where every kind of music was played and now, that's something that comes out in my music," said the artiste whose most compelling work spans the early 90s to the present, with hits such as Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet, It's A Pity, Boom Wuk, These Streets and more. "I hope everyone will continue to download and play the album because it's free and this is something that I wanted to do for the fans for showing their support through the years, and I want to say thanks to everyone for showing so much love since the album's release," she said.

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Reasons why I love my Jamaican Mom

1. My Mother taught me about ANTICIPATION.
"Just wait till we get home."

2. My Mother taught me about RECEIVING.
"You going get a ass'n when we get home!"

3. My Mother taught me to MEET A CHALLENGE.
"What di backside yu thinkin'? Answer me when me talk to you...Don't talk back to me!"

4. My Mother taught me CONSEQUENCES.
"If yu run cross de road an' cyar lick yu dung, a goin' kill yu wid lick."

5. My Mother taught me THE VALUE OF EDUCATION.
"If yu no go a school, yu a go tun tief or walk an' pick up bottle."

6. My Mother taught me MEDICAL SCIENCE.
"If yu tun over yu eye lid an fly pitch pan it, it a go stay so fi evva."

7. My Mother taught me to THINK AHEAD.
"Is not one time monkey goin' wan' wife"

8. My Mother taught me ESP.
"Yu tink a don't know what yu up to nuh?"

9. My Mother taught me HUMOR.
"If yu don' eat food, breeze goin' blow yu 'way."

10. My Mother taught me how to BECOME AN ADULT.
"Come an' tek yu beatin' like man."

11. My Mother taught me about SEX.
"Yu tink say yu drop from sky?"

12. My Mother taught me about GENETICS.
"Yu jus' like yu faada."

13. My Mother taught me about my ROOTS.
"Yu tink mi come from "Back A Wall?"

14. My Mother taught me about WISDOM OF AGE.
"When yu get to be as ol' as me, yu wi understan'."

15. And my all time favorite... JUSTICE.
"One day wen yu have pickney, a hope dem treat yu same way."


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