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“I’m not really into the aesthetics of this industry,” Stephens said.“I’m into the spoken word, the written word.” This was, however, not always the case as there was a time when she bought into the idea of dressing above her means.

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The full version is the culmination of over 8 months work for 2 indie game developers, Dain Saint and William Stallwood.Tanya Stephens’ presentation took place on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 in the Department of medical sciences, at the University of the West Indies, Mona. If you enjoyed the demo, we highly recommend trying out the full version of the game which has 70 levels spread across 15 Acts.She argued that while she is a female to her partner and family, when it comes to her job, her sex is irrelevant.She was adamant that the sex label of ‘female’ had no place in the professional world as it is about craft and talent, not the kind of genitalia with which one is born. It was a point she returned to over and again during her presentation.Calls for rebellion and revolution have become hallmarks of her lyrics and her talk was no different.

Describing her professional persona as fierce and devoid of gender, Stephens spoke about the bias faced by women in the music industry and argued that a significant part of ending that would be in removing the label ‘female’ when speaking about women in the industry.

She argued that this was also eroded the potential of emerging talents.

“We can’t be telling talented people who are trying to come into the industry that they are too dark,” she argued.

An eloquent and talented lyricist, Tanya Stephens delivered an engaging and provoking talk as the penultimate speaker in the 2016 Reggae Talks series staged by the Department of Literatures in English at the UWI, Mona.

Throughout her presentation, she displayed equal parts braggadocio and self-deprecating humour as she spoke about sex, Reggae and how Jamaica has shaped her.

“I know we’re outnumbered by the men, but I don’t feel overshadowed by them,” she argued.