Etana (born Shauna McKenzie) is one of a new wave of Jamaican women to rise in the ranks of reggae and dancehall since the mid-2000s. Her breakout single “Wrong Address” in 2005 helped anchor her debut album The Strong One, which VP released in 2008. The album also included what would become her biggest hit to date, “I Am Not Afraid.” Three more albums would follow on VP, Free Expressions, Better Tomorrow, and I Rise. On March 2nd 2015, Etana performed at the United Nations General Assembly Hall in New York for the private concert “Stop Ebola and Build For the Future”. Her single “Better Tomorrow” from her album “I Rise”, which has been chosen as the campaignʼs official anthem. Her independently released Reggae Forever was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album of 2018. Her hit combination track with Alborosie, “Blessing,” was included on VP’s 40th anniversary box set compilation, Down In Jamaica.