She made her debut cut into music professionally in spring 2012 with the release of “Miss Africa” on the Kulcha Riddim produced by Mark Darlington of Black Kulcha Musik. Of African descent, she hails from Ghana, one of the fast developing countries in West Africa.
With the embrace of her first cut – “Miss Africa” – which had airplays and reviews from music fanatics and critics, Empress Tetteh shot into the limelight doing more studio works to feed more into her music career.
The impact of her debut single was felt across England, Ghana and other African countries – it became a firm favourite with West African Reggae DJs along with other versions on the same Riddim (Kulcha Riddim) from artists such as Stonebwoy, Sugar Ranking, Iwan, Shatta Wale and many others.
Empress Tetteh lives in London, UK and has been under the tutelage of Vinnie Vii, a UK-based Dancehall and Afrobeats producer.
Empress Tetteh continues to impress the scene with the release of more joints such as “Tears”, “Thanks 2 Jah” (featuring Kobby, formerly duo of popular Ghanaian music group Wutah) and her popular joint “Jah Is Love” on the lovers’ rock beat called ‘Pond Riddim’ produced by Vinnie Vii, which is receiving great reviews in Jamaica and heavy rotation on international radio.
Reggae music has always been her passion and this is evident in all of her recordings to date especially the much awaited collaboration with Nii-The-King-of-Accra (KOA) called “The One”. Produced and mixed by Vinnie Vii, this new joint is set to have routine plays on the playlists of various DJs across the world.
You can network with Empress Tetteh on her twitter handle @EmpressTetteh
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