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My name is Clement O Hendricks I was born in the country Jamaica from the parish St Andrew Kingston12,13 I'm a eighties baby :) this is the era when Reggae music starts to take over the world. One year after my birth,couple days before my first birthday the legendary Bob Marley pass from cancer that must of been a sad day in Reggae music. May 5 1980 my father Leroy Hendricks name me Tana from the head of the blue river nile (Lake Tana) in Ethiopia. growing up in kingston Whitfield town area, as a youth man soccer was my passion music was a teacher, I learn from the music I heard on the radio or in the Dance Hall. I see musicians artist entertainers as powerful people who the masses can look up to for the truth about the country and their neighborhood. Yet the opportunity to do the music didn't came until my journey to USA. I met a brethren an american in Philadelphia 2002, name Anthony Artiss, a Rastafarian man who play the keyboard.I use to sit and watch him play the piano and sing praises to the Most High the joy and sincere love for the music and praising Rastafari that he present helps motivate i to be apart of this music. Tana Blacks has been working on his music since 2003 when he found music as his outlet for praising the Most High Jah. Tana Blacks incorporates positive vibes while talking about the struggle for happiness. Using a diverse collection of beats Tana Blacks shows he can sing,rap and create this spiritual vibe over any rid dim. Artist Tana Blacks Open up for Buju Banton Gramps Morgan, Capleton, Coco Tea and I Wayne. Since entering the music scene in 2003 Tana Blacks perform at multiple venues in Boston such as (Middle East) (Western Front)(Club Lido's)(Bills bar)(Phoenix loung)(Island Pride)Ect. Tana Blacks has had songs played on several radio stations in Boston, MA. "Make It Happen" has been played on 90.3fm,102.9fm, and 105.3fm "You don't know me" played on 97.7fm "All of Jah Children" has been played on 90.3fm,102.9fm, and 105.3fm