"Finding Peace" by Tena Williams

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Tena Williams began singing in her church choir as a little girl in Jamaica and continued when she emigrated to the United States at the age of 10. She began writing songs at the age of 16. Reggae, R&B, and Rap. Tena began recording professionally in late 2006. Tena Williams goes by artist name Lady Flav'a and her first album was entitled "Mixed Emotions". The album contained songs Sexing I want to feel, sweet love, Riding in my audi, I lied dat was wrong, Gotta have you, No come back in a mi life, Shump, Slappy Slappy, Feed me love, Hot sexy boy, and Mine you business gal. The hardcore Reggae track "Slappy Slappy" was first played on Black roots radio and several other radio stations in England. Her song "Slappy Slappy" is a domestic violence song dedicated to all the women in the world that have experienced or who is against domestic violence. Lady Flava performed her songs "Slappy Slappy" and "Gotta have you" on the Benny Negro show in Harlem, NY on June 3, 2010. This talented Musician and Author will released her first book entitled "Finding Peace after a life of sexual, mental, and physical abuse" on Sunday November 21, 2010. Finding Peace after a life of sexual, mental, and physical abuse reflects on all the abusive events that author Tena Williams experienced throughout her childhood in Jamaica begining at age 4 through adulthood living in the United States. The Author expressed all the risky behaviors she engaged in during her childhood and teen years, as well as how the abusers impacted her growth and self esteem. The author gave steps on the healing process that helped her to heal from her scars and to overcome the horrors she faced throughout her life. This book is therapy for Author Tena Williams and she hopes that her testimony will help all victims of abuse heal from their difficult struggle and to know that their is healing to help them grasp life to the fullest. Links to website: www.facebook.com/ladyflavamusicianandauthor

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