Tafia, the North Miami-born introductory signee of Meek Mill’s Dream Chasers/Roc Nation label has just shared his highly-anticipated debut album, Mention My Name. On Mention My Name, Tafia delivers a full-fledged offering of his wide-ranging talents. From the soulful standout “U Was Bad For Me”, to the exhilarating title track “Mention My Name.” Across 15 tracks, Tafia proves he’s here to stay. The features on the project only add depth to Tafia’s artistry, including a verse from the late-legend Young Dolph on “Paper Route”, a smooth set of performances from superstars Davido and Jeremih on “Involve” and fellow Dream Chasers artist Vory delivering a memorable hook on the captivating track “Nobody.” The album is jam-packed with braggadocios bars, catchy melodies, and storytelling verses about Tafia beating all the odds to reach the level of success he’s garnered. Tafia’s debut album, Mention My Name, shows off the tenacity, consistency, and talent that’s caught the attention of tastemakers and fans alike, and is a further indication that he’s a serious force in hip-hop today.