Congratulations to Tiara Thomas for being the latest artist inducted into The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.

While some battles are so close with a fraction of a point separating the winner from the loser, Tiara strongly dominated each round with her new track "Mary Jane."

“Mary Jane” finds Tiara showing major love for the sticky green. The smoker’s celebratory ode has a relaxing, sultry vibe paired with a reggae-tinged beat. This will mellow you out as much as the grass can. Off her new EP, Up in Smoke, Tiara sings throughout the tune but also breaks it down with a rap verse midway through.

“What a shame, what a shame, what a shame / I been turned out by Mary Jane / Hell of a name, hell of a name / And not a damn thing gonna change / She put me in strong choke hold / She a feisty one / Call her in shape but she ain’t quite the Nike one / Had a long day when I get home / You know I might need some / You know I don’t give no f— / I just say, ‘Light me one,” she sings.

Her journey to the Hall of Fame started when she initially went up against Bridget Kelly's "Act Like That" featuring Mack Wilds. She continued and easily won each round that followed. Tory Lanez's "Say It," Janelle Monae and Wondaland's "Hell You Telmbout" and Monica's "Just Right for Me" were no match for her song.

Tiara Thomas joins a group of great artists including the Weeknd, Fetty Wap, Chris Brown, Young Thug, Tinashe, Michael Jackson, T-Pain and the most recent inductee, Janet Jackson, in The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.

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