Jamaican born songstress, Tanice Morrison was involved in music as early as age 6.
With a blend of R&B, Jazz and Soul, she manages to fuse these elements with her own distinctive style of Reggae Roots.
Creating a unique sound that would set her apart from her musical peers. By the time she was 12, Tanice knew signing was her destiny, and was quite determined to get her break in the music industry. She began taking the music business quite seriously and would write and perform her own lyrics wherever she went.
The former school teacher admits that singing and performing is her true
passion. She states that "Music is my place of solace and will always
use it to uplift the lives of others." In November 2004, she was part of
an opening act for legendary country singing sensation, Kenny Rogers,
along side Earnest (Ernie) Smith and Maxi Priest. She has also been on
billings with the Marley brothers, Rita Marley, Marcia Griffiths,
Capelton, Ken Boothe and others the Studio One 50th Anniversary, in the
Her performance at the Powerful Women and Men in Concert on November 7, 2010, showed off her versatility and creativity as an artiste on the local scene.
With her inspiration coming from legendary music icons such as Marcia Griffiths, Gladys Knight, Mary J. Blige, Anita Baker, Whiteney Houston, Celine Dion and Stevie Wonder. She believes though, that her mother is her greatest inspiration. This female artiste has managed to maintain her musical sense of style and continues to make great and impactful music.
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I am Singer/Songwriter Tanice Morrison from Kingston, Jamaica currently promoting a new original release "RATHER BE ME". Please visit my website www.tanicemorrison …
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