" 2023 is looking good for Raleigh’s international rap superstar." - Kyesha Jennings
"While Raleigh’s Tanajah is fairly new to the North Carolina hip-hop scene, she’s come through with a clear vision and mission to spread good vibes and blaze her own trail." - Grant Golden
"The track is a manifestation of Tanajah's ability to invite the listener into her neo-soul infused hip hop universe where positivity, self-empowerment and good vibes rule. The bouncing neo-soul beat, accompanied by Tanajah's combination of soulful singing and slick bar dropping, make it hard not to groove along to these summer vibes." - Nora
"...Tanajah delivers positive affirmations and words of encouragement for those who are going through hard times. The production here is quite marvelous and is silky from start to finish and the layered instrumentation keeps listeners locked in alongside Tanajah’s smooth flow and evocative lyrical stylings." - TAYO ODUTOLA
“She was the only one who could attract so many people at a venue like that. People just crowded in front of the stage, and she was just freestyling. Alone!” he says enthusiastically.
Tanajah has built a reputation for having the kind of live performances that are almost impossible to follow." - Kyesha Jennings
"Next to stage was, Tanajah, a Maryland native currently in Raleigh . Performing tracks from her latest EP ‘May This Vibe Last Forever’. Tanajah is new to the rap scene with a different vibe thats meant to entice and ‘Alignment’ the crowd with a higher meaning to life. With lines such as, “Be the outline and let God fill you in”, with time I think her message could have a far reach." - Brittany Cheri
"Tanajah, the “Giver of Good Vibes,” spreads the message of self love and positive energy. The Raleigh-based rapper will make you dream and dance all in the same night. Recently nominated for Best Female Hip Hop Artist for the Carolina Music Awards, her music sends the message to give love, be happy and follow your dreams no matter how big!" Paul Kerr
"Then there were the comedic antics of Tanjah, who ruled the stage despite wearing a boot cast on her broken foot. She looked as if she was home on the couch wearing sweats, watching television, and eating bon bons before slipping on a sneaker and arriving at the Pinhook to share a heaping helping of self-deprecating levity.
Anyone incapable of laughter while watching Tanjah perform “Smile” is either dead, in a coma, or waiting on a prison sentence.
“Smile! Even when life kicks your ass, smile!”" - Thomasi McDonald