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Origin Montreal, Quebec
Genres Electronica, Electronic dance music, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Years active 2005–present
Labels Urban Heat Legends Production
Associated acts Busta Rhymes, Ashanti, Usher, Tyrese

Tasha under the stage name of Addictiv, is a Canadian R&B and Hip hop singer/songwriter best known for her 2006 debut single Little Game, which made the Canadian Hit 30 Countdown and Top 40 CHR charts.[1] In 2008 she garnered 2 Canadian Radio Music Awards nominations for Best New Group and Best New Group or Solo Artist-Dance/Urban/Rhythmic.[1] She had a hit single called "Tonite", which hit the Canadian CHUM Top 30 chart, and also hit the Canadian Hot 100 chart peaking at number 48. She had a hit song on radio and MuchMusic called Just Breathe. She is about to embark on a nationwide tour. Her 2009 hit single "Over It" produced by world-renowned DJ/Producer Cajjmere Wray, peaked at number 59 on the Canadian Hot 100 and the video was added out of the box to heavy rotation on MuchMusic, MuchMoreMusic and MuchVibe.


She began her music career doing back up vocals at a local studio from which led her to work with such artists as Busta Rhymes, Ashanti, Usher, Tyrese and other international artists.[2]


Studio albums[edit]


Year Single Peak positions Album
2006 "Little Game" Everything
2007 "Everything" Everything
2008 "Tonite" 48
2009 "Just Breathe"
"Over It" 59


  1. ^ a b "Addictiv AKA Tasha Biography". Urban Heat Production. Archived from the original on 2008-05-18. Retrieved 2008-09-07. 
  2. ^ "Addictiv". Much Music. Archived from the original on 2006-11-27. Retrieved 2008-09-07. 

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