Tracy Johnson aka Temptatious of Natural Vybz makes her debut at the 2011 Pepsi Rebel Salute concert

There is no doubt that Ms Tracy Johnson also known as Temptatious of the Natural Vybz Band, has a bright future ahead of her, after receiving an invitation from Jamaican artist Queen Ifrica, to perform at the 2011 Pepsi Rebel Salute concert, on January 15th 2011.


At the concert the Dominican Reggae Star shared the stage with some of the popular reggae stars like Beres Hammond, Taurus Riley and David Brooks also known as Mavado.


Ms Johnson who wrote her first song at the age of eleven called, “why did you lie to me,” has been in the music business for approximately sixteen years now.


During an interview with SAT TV News, on January 26th 2011 at the Sea View Hotel, Ms Johnson said that her promising yet professional relationship with Queen Ifrica began at the ‘Year of the child’ concert held in Dominica last year.


“I got a chance to meet Queen Ifrica and in hooking up, she told me that she will be coming back to Dominica for the 2010 Lime Creole in the Park. When she came back she told me that there is a concert called the Pepsi Rebel Salute and she would want me to take part because I’m a very good singer,” said Tracy.


She said that she is currently collaborating with Elisha Benoit, another popular Dominican artist.


She said, “we are currently working with a band to bring back some of our cadence, pop and reggae flavor.”


Temptatious said that she will forever stay committed to Natural Vybz and sees this new venture as one which will develop her skills and knowledge musically.


“I won’t stray from Natural Vybz because it is my reggae band and I love it,” said Temptatious.


She also shared a few words of encouragement to young upcoming artists in Dominica.


She said, “don’t ever give up, keep on praying because there is always a higher power. If you believe in yourself and you know that you love what you do, then never give up.”

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