Dancehall recording artist Tanto Blacks known for his catchy dance moves and unforgettable “Twitter”, “Bluetooth” slogan is this week mourning the passing of his grandmother.
Tanto who has been steadily building a name for himself on the local scene ever since exiting the popular Magnum Kings & Queens competition last year shared the sad news recently while meeting with Sharon Burke, head of the Bookings & Promotions firm Solid Agency.
With funeral arrangement now being undertaken Tanto recounted his last contact with his grandmother. “She was sick and I was suppose to go look for her in the country but I was unable to make it so I never get the opportunity to hold her before she pass. It hurt mi, mi nah lie”.
Currently riding radio airwaves with a slew of new singles including “No Cow Foot” on the Hot Patty Riddim and “Hotta Dan You” on the G Shock Riddim, Tanto Blacks is determined to make his mark in the industry. “Right now mi a record a whole lot of songs for the Christmas, mi a build mi ting on a level and I wanna thanks the fans that support Tanto Blacks from day one”.
“Members of the Solid Agency staff send our deepest condolences to Tanto and his immediate family in this their time of grief”.