Tanya Manibusan Biography

Teeh Manibusan is a self-taught singer, songwriter, and musician from the Pacific Island of Guam. With a soothing blend of vocals and ukulele, Lesson Learned takes listeners on a journey of discovery "where culture creates music". Teeh's first album was produced by Pacific Island Entertainment LLC to accurately reflect her unique style that millions of people around the world connected with through the YouTube videos posted by her high school friend, James. Throughout her lyrics, Teeh openly shares the depth of her life experiences which has included overcoming adversity, a difficult childhood, and passion for her Chamorro culture. With influences from Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Pepper, Tanya Stephens, Lauryn Hill, Eric Clapton, The Expendables, and Soja, Teeh openly demonstrates a deep understanding of love and the interconnectedness of humans and nature while recognizing suffering and the struggles of life. Teeh is most well known for her songs “Don’t Let Up”, “F**k the Bitch”, "My Everything", “I Want You”, “Weed Is Not A Drug”, and “Mommy's Lullaby”.
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