Uprising Jamaican songstress 28-year-old Tessanne Chin has now advanced to the Top Five of the popular US reality singing contest, The Voice, which Semi-Finals will be staged next week.
Tessanne Chin’s success on “The Voice” was big news in Jamaica this week, as she step up on the semi-finals list.
Tessanne Chin’s participation as a Caribbean native on The Voice has fuelled an atmosphere of love and togetherness across the region, as many nationals are rallying behind her.
Tessanne Chin (born September 20, 1985, in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Reggae fusion recording artist, with a solo album In Between Words and is best known for her hit singles “Hideaway”, “Messenger” and “Black Books”.
She has opened for famous acts such as Patti Labelle, Peabo Bryson and Gladys Knight, and toured for 3 years with Jimmy Cliff.
In 2013, she took part in season 5 of the American singing competition The Voice as part of Adam Levine’s Team.
‘The Voice’ airs Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC.