ZAMA
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ZAMA

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo World Neo Soul

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"Boston bred Haitian Princess: Rebecca Zama"

Rebecca Zama, is one of the most talented upcoming artists I believe in the Haitian industry. For the past few months I’ve been following her every move on social media and one thing I can say that there is a lot of talent within her. Her voice is so sweet and soft, but yet powerful. Sometimes I find myself getting lost in her voice, while listening to her sing on Instagram. I was surprised when I found out that she was graduating high school when I interviewed her, because as you can see she looks so mature. From what I can see and tell Rebecca Zama, is remaining so humble through the whole process of her gaining so much fame and notoriety. I can’t wait to see how far, her gifts will take her. Also, I love how she continues to incorporate her culture within her art. Stay tuned to see more from this beauty in the years to come. I hope that through this interview y’all can learn more about her and appreciate her journey. Xoxo - LadySergine


"Rebecca Zama sings national anthem at Fenway"

Just before the command to “Play ball” rang out on a late-summer Saturday afternoon, Zama stood by home plate sporting a David Ortiz jersey, black jeans, and gold high heels. She recalls feeling comfortable and assured because “I’m very connected when singing.”

This despite the echo that bounces back to singers performing in a stadium; Zama could hear her voice returning to her on a two-second delay.

“It’s distracting, but you just push through it,” said Zama, who received a thunderous ovation from the Fenway faithful. - Wicked Local


Discography

Can't Let You Go
Lanmou Se Lanmou
Worth It All
High Alone with Prtyfoul.
We Are with Vyce Bloom
Mezanmi with Sashaaa
Your Fan with Fabio Freitas, Twizzy
Gad Sa w Fe m with Lizzy
Tu No Eres My Friend with Nu Topping
Distance with Fabio Freitas, S-Ketch, and Danwiz
Energy with S-Ketch and Danwiz
Don't Let Go with YoungFamily
GoudouGoudou

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Bio

ZAMA is a Haitian-American songstress and songwriter. She has had a lifelong love of music and began singing and performing as a child. Having grown up influenced by American, Caribbean, Latin, and African musical styles, ZAMA’s music is a fusion of all of these different worlds that have inspired her music today; it can best be described as a World Neo-Soul. ZAMA brings the best of worlds and soulful vocals to global stages.

She grew up in Boston and has been performing since the age of 3 for audiences around the United States and the Caribbean. Although she is young, she has already garnered an impressive amount of musical accolades thus far in her career: Boston Music Awards International Artist of the Year and R&B Artist of the Year nominee, Prestigious Haitian Music Awards Female Artist of the Year nominee. Zama has brought her soulful vocal stylings to many venues. 2016 ushered in a new chapter of Zama’s career, as she brought her R&B/Soul background and fused it with Zouk, Konpa and Kizomba to make her special mark on the Caribbean music Industry. Accurately described as a jeune prodige by Le Nouvelliste, Zama’s skills span beyond music. She is also an actress, dancer, pianist, composer, poet, and the executive director of Haiti Global Youth Partnership, Inc., a non-profit that promotes education and sustainability in rural Haiti with a bachelor's degree in International Relations. 

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