British Jamaican Artist Tashana Debuts ‘Island’ Music Video
girl and multi-talented British Jamaican artist and songwriter Tashana – who has caught the ears of BBC 1Xtra, PRS For Music, Reprezent
Radio and Island Records – as
she debuts her brand new single aptly titled ‘Island’ and its accompanying visuals, which comes just in time for
the legendary Notting Hill Carnival, where she will be performing for the very
first time later this month.
Known for her unique
creative style, which blends Reggae and Bashment with R&B and Hip Hop, and
merges the flavours of the Caribbean with the gritty streets of her hometown in
South East London, Tashana made her debut last year with the well-received
single ‘Inna Di Air’, and has steadily been gaining new fans with her dancehall
renditions of some of the year’s most popular tunes.
For her new single
‘Island’, Tashana has collaborated with burgeoning producers Chloe Kraemer and Musiek
Mambu (Sneakbo, Aina More), to deliver an infectious tropical dancehall tune,
which is perfect for the summer. Inspired by her culture and heritage, Tashana
sings about escaping to your happy place with the person you love, using the
Caribbean islands scenery as the perfect reference and inspiration.
The visuals for
‘Island’, which were directed by revered Bay Area filmmaker Uzi Movies, sees
Tashana transported to the sunny settings of Treasure Island in California, for
a fun summer day out at the beach, which not only brings the record further to
life, but also captures Tashana’s positive and bubbly personality, which will
no doubt endear the emerging artist to both fans and critics.
Speaking about bringing
her ‘Island’ single to fruition, Tashana says, “I thoroughly enjoyed working on this project with my team, and I can’t
wait for the world to finally hear my sound. The whole concept of ‘Island’ is
something I live by - have fun, live life with the ones you love. It means
everything to me to be able to inspire those who gravitate to my music, and
continue to push nothing but positive energy. I’m extremely excited for this
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