"Music for me has no limits, no boundaries"- Soulchild Tanice
Kingston-born Tanice ‘SOULCHILD’ Morrison, has been performing and writing her own music for some time now. Growing up, Morrison had big dreams of becoming a Recording Artist. Her passion for music was hard to ignore and was dubbed by friends as "Jamaica's Whitney Houston".Still,she wanted to be recognized for her own unique style and began honing her craft while learning from some of the in the industry. Her main inspiration was her mother, a singer/songwriter in her own right who had encouraged her enter local competitions, from an early age. Her 'dream' became reality when she got an invitation to meet with Sir Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd at Studio One. Morrison sang on spot and caught the attention of the late Jamaican producer.
She wrote her first song "Old Hurt" which was officially released on the Studio One 50th label in 2004.
Over the past decade, she has toured locally and internationally as a background vocalist for Artistes such as Jamaican guitarist, Dwight Pinkney, Richie Spice along with other local established acts. Since then the Singer/Songwriter has been making headway as a solo artist, doing radio adverts and co-producing her own music.
Along with the many accolades, Morrison has also opened for the Chillites’ in New York at the ‘Rocatone Mother’s Day Ball in 2015 then moved on to represent Jamaica in Shanxi, China. Being the first Jamaican to show-cased the island's musical culture (Reggae/Folk) in that province.
The singer has released several of her own original songs including her debut album-No Limitations’ in 2010 and now her latest to date “My Caribbean Boy.
Caribbean Boy" she noted celebrates the 'hero' that lies within the Caribbean man. With a blend of modern Afro-dance pop flavour and captivating lyrics it speaks to the Caribbean man’s unique qualities that the singer finds charming.
This soulful artiste continues to hone her 'craft' and make good music for her audience. " I am forever grateful to the most High God for the gift of singing...the gift of music"
Morrison pays tribute to the 'Stalwarts' of Ska...
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Radio advertisements ; Red-stripe light and Wincarnis Wine Radio
Appeared in television commercial( Model for Shades of Africa designs)
Kenny Rogers in Concert (Opening Act) 2004
Showcased at CB Pan Chicken Championships(2009)
Island Couture “ Rhythm of Jamaican fashion(Hilton Kingston(February 2009)
Jamaica Jazz and Blues festival 2008-Ocean Spray stage (Montego Bay)
Family Fun Fest- Jam World(St Catherine) April 2010
Prime Minister Youth Awards 2012- Performance
Taiyuan University of Technology-Christmas Show 2014
Chillites in Concert Queens New York( Rocatone Mothers’ Day Ball 2015)
JCF in assoc. with Ken Boothe's Charity-(Bring Back the Love) May 2016
Wealth Magazine's Corporate Mingle May 2016
Club Eclipse, New York, New Jersey- (with Ken Boothe) April, 2017
Ska/Rock Steady Music Festival 2017 (Jamaica)