Evoking the glory and memory of the legendary line of Ethiopian Monarchs is the inspiration of Sheba: a Singer, Songwriter, Arranger, Producer, hailing from the majestic land of Ethiopia, reared between New York City, Europe, the Caribbean and Africa. Sheba was named after the Queen of Sheba, the famed empress of Ethiopia, of whom she is indeed a direct descendent. As early as the age of four, she knew she loved to sing, but more importantly she knew she wanted to write songs. Eventually, with no formal training Sheba was regularly writing full songs and singing across four octaves. After a random meeting in Brooklyn, Sheba forged a musical partnership with Tommy “Madfly” Faragher, an accomplished Songwriter, GRAMMY nominated Producer and one time recipient of the celebrated ASCAP POP AWARD. Sheba and Madfly are currently writing and recording Sheba’s debut album: The Lion of Sheba, which will be released four parts in late 2008, and early 2009. Sheba sings every note on her album, she writes every song lyric, rhyme, co-composes, co-arranges and co-produces every track and pioneers a fresh sonic fusion of Reggae/Dancehall/Afro-Pop/Urban music. Keep your ears open for the upcoming single to be released to European radio this summer/fall; Love This Lifetime…

Edited by shebamusic on 9 Aug 2008, 01:31

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