Etana rose to prominence in 2006 with an inimitable musical style that resists categorization. Hitting all the right notes on her breakthrough song “Wrong Address”, an emotive lament reflecting the lack of employment prospects for Jamaicans living in violence-plagued communities, she brilliantly fused acoustic folk strands with roots reggae cadences and strains of neo soul influences. “Wrong Address” was duly rewarded with heavy radio rotation, reaching the number 1 position on several Jamaican charts. 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.