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  • Muzik First


London-based singer-songwriter Tiana Major9 signed to Motown Records with a soulful sound (think Lauryn Hill, Jazmine Sullivan, and Estelle); her big break started with the hit “Collide” from the "Queen and Slim" soundtrack in 2019. Since then, she has been steadily building a discography of harmonic instrumentals, poems, intricate harmonies, and smooth beats, with subsequent hits like “Same Space?” featuring SiR and “On Read” featuring Lucky Daye. Now, Tiana Major9, currently touring with powerhouse icon Jazmine Sullivan, has released a four-song EP, "Fool Me Once," that’s sure to make anyone a fan. Born Tiana Thomas-Ambersley, the artist was raised in an East London-Jamaican household and is both musically inclined and educated. We couldn’t help but be inspired by how sincerely the 26-year -old has been following her dreams all her life “with no plan B”—and who wouldn’t believe in the method, as life constantly affirms her goals and talent. With her artistry influenced by a life of singing solos in church and listening to reggae and jazz at home, Tiana has created a sound familiar to lovers of R&B, yet unique in its expression. In a press release for the new tape, the East London-born, Jamaican singer-songwriter teased her debut LP. “These are 4 tracks I love so much and couldn't wait to perform and share them with the world because it's been a minute," she wrote." "Fool Me Once" will give you a good idea of what my album will feel like... I hope you love these songs as much as I do."

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