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Gimmi what you got - Tranquilizer riddim - Zodiac Music

Take my breath away - Adam and Eve riddim - 357 Records

I'm Leaving - Zuela productions

Hot Gal - Revenge Riddim - 357 Records

Got it bad - Instant Replay riddim - 357 Records



Recording artiste Amara, formerly known as "Moiya", is back with a sexy new name, but still keeping that down to earth, cute, fun, sexy and vybzy nature you loved in the days of "moiya".

She says despite minor set-backs, her fans and well-wishers can be expecting to see and hear much more of her in the future.

Tamara “Amara” Mitchell was born in Sydney, Australia on the 21st of May
1987, to a musician father and a former singer of a mother. At the age of
four, she recorded her first song, a child’s story about pollution and the

As she progressed through Australian school, she auditioned and
was accepted into the Australian National Youth Choir, where she received,
for a short time, voice training.

At the age of 12 she began Shalvey High School, where she did two years
of dance, drama, and music history.

At the age of 13, her mother migrated to Jamaica taking both Amara and her
sister Jody with her. When she arrived in Jamaica she was living in St Ann’s
Bay, and attending high school at Ocho Rios High School. Where she continued
her studies in music theory, and joined the school band so she could
continue practicing her singing.

After a scout saw her receiving numerous awards at her valedictory service,
the scout offered her a fully paid scholarship to Edna Manley College
of the Visual and Performing Arts, which she willingly accepted; and
although she only spent a year at the college, it benefitted her immensely.

While she was still at Edna Manley College, she began singing backup for
Peter Lloyd, who in turn introduced her to some producers such as, Rorey Baker, Sly and
Robbie, Dean Fraser and “Snocone”. Although she only recorded
one song for “Snocone”, which was not released, the experience in studio
helped her to grow as an artiste.

She also linked with a producer and Dj, out of Mandeville named Dj Chris, of
Zodiac music, who recorded and released her first single “Gimmi what you
got” which is stillplaying on radio stations.

She eventually linked with Mario C, at Trinity 7 records, where she is now
based, and recording new singles.