As part of her already released songs - Packaging, True Mood and Goddess, Tiisha's new single, Winning, is projected to be a big smash and get a lot of radio, TV and online plays. The cheerful song Winning features Tiisha's trademark combination of Afro-pop, dancehall and Hip hop. The song begins with a memorable guitar riff that sets the tone for the rest of the song. Tiisha sings in a strong, assured voice about overcoming barriers and finding success.
The song opens with a catchy guitar riff that sets the tone for the rest of the track. Tiisha's vocals are powerful and confident as she sings about overcoming challenges and achieving success. The song's chorus is particularly memorable with Tiisha proclaiming, "I'm winning, winning, winning, winning, no matter what they say." This refrain serves as a powerful anthem for anyone who has faced obstacles and come out on top. It's a message of empowerment and resilience that is sure to resonate with Tiisha's fans. The lyrics of Winning are a testament to Tiisha's talent as a songwriter.
She effortlessly weaves together themes of perseverance, self-belief and triumph, creating a song that is both uplifting and inspiring. Tiisha's ability to convey complex emotions through her music is a testament to her skill as an artiste. The production on Winning is also top-notch, with a catchy beat and infectious rhythm that will have listeners dancing along in no time. The song's bridge features a rap verse from Tiisha that adds an extra layer of energy to the track.
It's clear that Tiisha has put a lot of thought and effort into every aspect of this song from the lyrics to the production. Tiisha Bentil as she is known in real life, wants her music to impact the youth. Young and beautiful to behold, calm and collected and with a sweet personality, Tiisha’s journey to the top has just began.
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