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Minna

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About Minna

Minna, born in Kingston, Jamaica, began singing at age 7.  Her voice stood apart from the rest in her church choir and it wasn’t long before people began to realize that this little girl had big talent.

Fast forward to 2002 when she joined the group Fourth Street Sisters (aka Fourth Street Sista) managed by John Alexander and Alla Lloyd and began doing backup for various artists.

Later, she joined Reggae artist Jimmy Cliff and accompanied him and his band on his 2004 Black Magic tour throughout Europe, Japan & the US.

More recently, Minna performed with Jah Cutta at Jamaica’s 2011 Sting Concert. And her latest gig was a performance with Jahdore at Rebel Salute 2012.

You can listen to her early work, “Mr. Tambourine Man” on an album titled “Blowin’ in the Wind, a Reggae tribute to Bob Dylan” which was released by Madacy Entertainment in 1992. It is available through Amazon.com or iTunes.

Her debut album titled “Minna, A Good Thing”, produced by Bob Warren of KBW Music and engineered by Chris Roberson, of Hill Top Studio was released in the spring of 2012. “Minna, A Good Thing” is available for purchase form CDBaby, iTunes, or Amazon.com.