Why Yuh Mad creating waves

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

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Following up on her chart topping single Hold On, Tifa has teamed up with dancehall deejay Spice on the inescapable track entitled Why Yuh Mad.

Why Yuh Mad which was produced by Washroom Entertainment, has been creating waves since its release late last year.

Its accompanying video has been doing well on the video charts in Jamaica and overseas. The single is riding several charts.

It recently entered the Choice FM Reggae chart in the UK at number nineteen. This week it jumped to number fourteen. It is also climbing the HYPE TV, Jamaica Music Countdown and Hit List charts.

Tifa spoke about the response to the song and its achievements in a recent release to the media.

"I feel good about the success of the song and the response that we have been getting. There has been a lot of unnecessary controversy surrounding the songs, so it's good to know that above all things the hard work paid off."

The accompanying video directed by Dexter '3D' Pottinger has helped in the song's meteoric rise.

"The reception to the video has helped to push the sing tremendously. Many both here and overseas, fans and critics alike have even said its one of the best videos to come out of Jamaica in a while," Tifa stated.

Tifa has a slate of new songs to be released over the next couple of weeks.




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