Juno Nominee for Rap Recording of the Year, 2017
“Toronto’s Tasha The Amazon is a Rising Star” – Pigeons & Planes
“Tasha is powerful, and sounds even more so over these absurdly big, grimy, hectic, infectious beats” – Respect Mag
A bomb in a china shop.
Toronto’s Tasha the Amazon is an artist, producer, and bad gyal. Notorious for rude stage antics and warehouse parties shut down by police raids, her unconventional lyrics deal as much with partying and hood mischief as they do with anarchy and civil disobedience.Read more
After cutting her teeth in collabs and collectives, the German-Jamaican powerhouse released her debut solo project, FiDiYootDem, to critical acclaim in late 2013. Hundreds of thousands of video views and streams later, Tasha is preparing to release her forthcoming EP, Die Every Day, in the fall of 2016.
Produced by herself and partner Danthrax (together, they form the production duo Bass & Bakery), Tasha’s new music experiments unapologetically with the future of hip hop. Meet the new school.
Tasha The Amazon Calls Out Vultures in the Brilliantly Bassy “That Ain’t You”
Tasha The Amazon Returns to the Fray with the Pulsing and Melodic “Can’t Remember” Premiered by HHDX
Toronto Firebrand Tasha The Amazon Builds Unstoppable Momentum in “Ways”
Toronto Trailblazer Tasha The Amazon Fiercely Flexes Under Flashing Lights in “Die Every Day,” Premiered by MILK
Fresh Off Attending the Juno Awards, Toronto Trailblazer Tasha The Amazon Says a Little “Prayer”
Juno Award Nominee Tasha The Amazon Wants to Watch the World Burn in Her New Video
Tasha The Amazon Is Toronto’s Hardest Rapper