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The best kept secret in music


"N'Dambi 1."

"An album to savor over and over again" - Billboard Magazine

"N'Dambi 8."

"Southernfried R&B sweetened with bohemian rap poetry" - Elle Magazine

"N'Dambi 2."

"One of the best new artists in the marketplace"

- Urban Network (USA)

"N'Dambi 4."

"this sista is a blend of Chaka Khan and Meshell Ndegeocello or D'Angelo's X chromosome, if you will" - Vibe Magazine (USA)

"N'Dambi 7."

"N'Dambi's songs are better than Angie Stone's, trumps Macy Gray in both range and uniqueness, and her album seems like the kind of indie triumph that generally makes grit types go bunkers" - Time Out New York Magazine

"N'dambi 3."

"N'Dambi faisant exploser l'ambiance, en demontrant un potentiel plus que prometteur" - Liberation (Fr)

"N'Dambi 6."

"Not only does this talented, natural beauty possess a lyrical style that engages the soul, but N'Dambi also brings true musicianship - a hypnotic vocal ability and the gift of songwriting to the table" - Inner City Magazine (USA)

"N'Dambi 5."

"Chaude, grave, envoûtante ...... avant-première avec une star annoncée. » - Infra.net (Fr.)

"N'Dambi 9."

"No way is she capable of those big, round, deep notes.... It seems so inconceivable. This tiny woman, responsible for such an enormous, engulfing sound" - Dallas Observer (USA)

"N'Dambi 10."

« Por son premier concert en France, N’Dambi a défendu avec elegance une certaine tradition de la soul ....Elle restera sans doute la grande révélation....» - Aujourd’hui en France


"Little Lost Girl Blues" (2000)
"Tunin Up & Cosignin" (2002)
"A Weird Kinda Wonderful" - forthcoming -


Feeling a bit camera shy


TEXAS singer/songwriter N'Dambi (means: the most beautiful) was born into a musical family and grew up singing in church and playing piano and clarinet at home. Later, while attending Southern Methodist University, she met soulsinger Erykah Badu and the two became close friends. When Badu secured a recording contract with Universal, she took N'Dambi with her as a backround vocalist, sometime co-writer, co-producer and even sometime co-leadsinger. Although at that time still touring with Badu, N’Dambi finally proved intense uniqueness of her own with her second self written and critical acclaimed 2002 album “Tunin' up & cosignin” which is filled with cosmic ‘live’ nu-soul-energy and deep-funk. The album was released in Europe only on a minimal scale in the UK, but it became f.i. best selling import album at the FNAC in France.
In 2003, 2004 & 2005 N’Dambi gained great audiences and overwhelming press reviews (see press and video section) due to her performances at big festival around Europe. Her new album "A Weird Kinda Wonderful", that will be released in Europe early 2006, presents an attractive mix of pure & fresh soul, organic pop and electronics blended with funk. Its beyond ‘nu-soul’, or you can say it will definitely brings this genre to the next level. N’Dambi will be on tour promoting her album in Europe early next year and will be back in the summer for the festivals. Check it out!