Tenza fans and music lovers braved sub zero temperature and heavy snow to be rewarded by the sweet reggae jugggling of Baseline Warrior Sound who warmed up the venue until Di Boss Lady Tenza hit the stage to thunderous applaud from the eager patrons. The first show was full of vibes flowing across the entire venue as Tenza brought the crowd to a fever pitch by belting out new and old hits, adeptly handling the deejaying as well as the singing. Di Boss lady entered the stage with her now signature riddim " Stage Time" and delivered a quick fire medley of hits. To the delight of her fans, Tenza followed up with several such classics as "Light Up the Herbs", "Greetings" and "Grab a Man". Engaging with the fans, Tenza broke into another medley selection with " Jah Nuh Ready Fi Mi", "Blood Shed" and "African Empress" before exiting the stage with " Good Morning Jah".
Tenza is a performer. Her stage presence is remarkable. She truly enjoys every minute of every song, and leaves a musical piece of herself with her fans. And on her second night Saturday, she did just that, Di Boss Lady stepped out on stage dressed in her own signature designs "Rasta Festish", showed her class and style, and reminded all why she is called the Boss Lady. Tenza delivered yet another blockbuster performance, for over 45 minutes dropping tracks such as "The War is On, "Dancehall Nice Again", "Tek Him Back" and "Push n Turn", and before exiting the stage leaving the Edinburgh faithfuls wanting for more, Tenza unleashed " Run Things" and " Pull It" much to the delight of her Scottish based fans. " If you ever have the opportunity to see her in concert DO NOT miss it. You will be treated to a memorable experience." stated a breathless patron.
Tenza recently released her "Jah Mission" mixtape as a thank you to her fans, for their amazing support throughout 2014. The mixtape is available for free download from her official website www.TenzaMusic.com . The singjay is getting ready to release the follow up single to " African Empress", while gearing up to perform mid February in Slough before venturing off in Europe for several slated shows.