single 'Blood Shed' and dedicated it to her cousin who was gunned down in Jamaica a few months ago. The single has been well received by critics and is receiving outstanding feedback from disc jocks in Asia where the song was officially released two weeks ago.
The promotional music video for 'Blood Shed' has also been released in conjunction with the track and will be aired on television stations across Africa, Europe, Asia and North America.
Riding off the success of her previous single 'Ghetto Soldier', Tenza stated that she wanted to shoot a music video for "Ghetto Soldier 2" (Ask Di Yute Dem) but had a change of heart after seeing her cousin lose his life to gun crime. With children and old ladies being raped and murdered in her country among a host of other criminal onsets, she was compelled to record and shoot the music video for 'Blood Shed'.
Tenza wants her fellow musicians to follow in her footstep and use his or her talent to heal the nation from this terrible disease called crime. The aim is to bring back the glorious days of Jamaica when everyone was united as one nation under God, a place where people are not prisoners in their own homes but are free.
The vibrant young artiste is a champion for the ghetto youths and her cry in 'Blood Shed' is the same she always encourages, that is for them to turn to the books and pens instead of the guns.
Tenza is booked for a number of live performances across Europe this spring and summer and is also set to release a Reggae EP in coming weeks.