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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Naky-B singles:

Love Affair
Heart of a Lioness
Bulletproof Dress
Naky-B Loves Jah

"Naky-B has received airplay for her song 'Love Affair' on Tellstream Radio".

"Naky-B has also had airplay for her song 'Naky-B Loves Jah' on CKCU FM (Reggae in the Fields) Ottawa".

"Naky-B's song 'Bulletproof Dress' has received generous airplay on CJLO 1690 AM in Montreal".



Nakissa "Naky-B" Farmand, born in Canada with a Persian background, developed a great interest for reggae music from an early age. Her passion for roots and dancehall music has steered her to Jamaica on a regular basis, doing live shows in Montego Bay, Kingston, Barbados and Canada.

Naky-B is has been the lead singer with Island Jam, a reggae/soca band for the past two years and is a talented lyricist/song writer. She provides a diverse range of high energy songs and represents true, to herself as an artist, Caribbean styles on stage. Naky-B’s music comes from many genres and is presented with exciting and lively riddims.

****Performed at the Ottawa Reggae Festival 2009. She shared the stage with Shaggy, Tanya Stephens and Pressure.****

****She headlined the Ottawa Reggae Festival 2010 with Island Jam.****

****In 2010, Naky-B has graced the stage opening for Richie Stephens, Singing Melody, Copper Cat and Trilla U.****

****Naky-B is currently working on producing her 1st album along with the African Tradition Studio in Montego Bay, Jamaica, set to be released in 2011. She is also preparing her music video (in Jamaica) launch for August 2011.****

Her latest hit “Bulletproof Dress” has begun to create a local buzz in her hometown of Ottawa, Canada as well as Montego Bay Jamaica, significantly raising her profile as a serious female artist. Other singles include: “Naky-B Loves Jah” and “Love Affair”. Her cross border appeal, unique look and strong vocals; Naky-B is making a mark locally in the Canadian/Jamaican reggae scene.