Minister Taf

London England, United Kingdom


Hip Hop / Reggae Artist

Award winning Gospel recording artiste MINISTER TAF (Tafari Henry) was born and raised in a rough community called Duanvale, in the parish of Trelawny, Jamaica where he had a lot of ups and downs and saw his parents struggled a lot.

There were nights when they would go to bed without food, and when the rain fell the roof would leak. He had the opportunity to migrate to the UK in 2009, in which he gave his life to Christ in December the following year. He had soon discovered that God gave him a talent to make music.


He has graced the same stage with quite a few international and local acts, such as MOBO award winners Guvna B and Triple O. International acts such as Dj Nicholas, Jason Mighty, Jermain Jackman and Dwayne Tryumf.

Minister Taf has gradually built a name for himself on the UK scene through his versatility of both rapping and doing reggae gospel. His incredible upbeat attitude and positive energy combine to make him one of the most versatile performers in the business today.

His energy is on another level! In 2016, he was interviewed by MOBO, Tru-life Promotions, and won Best Gospel Reggae Act in the Praisetek Gospel Music Award, and was nominated for the JUMP Release Music Video, and the BEFFTA Awards.

He has released a summer hit titled “Summer Time” from his new EP DIVERSITY which has garnered airplay in the UK, Africa, USA and the Caribbean. Even though there is a reggae vibe to his song & video ‘Summer Time,’ he still manages to put his own twist to it and make it sound quite modern pop to fit in with modern times.

He is currently on tour to his new EP DIVERSITY where he will make stops in London, Birmingham, Aylesbury, High Wycombe and Peterborough.

This new EP is definitely one to have, as he tells people about his struggles growing up in “Naah Bow Dung,” and songs to get you dancing such as “Party Nice.” The EP can be purchased on all digital media outlets worldwide.

My father is the boss!

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