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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

New Sound; LAVA LAVA - SHAA


Whats good,

Lava Lava-An afropop Love song that talks about how madly inlove one is with her lover....he means the world to her, he completes her and drives her insane with his crazy lovin.
For more information you can find her on

YouTube
: www.youtube.com/user/ShaaMusicTV

Twitter: @Shaa_tz
Instagram: @Shaa_tz

Enjoy..

 SHAA’S   BIOGRAPHY
SHAA (real name Sarah Kaisi)  is a 27 year old talented Bongo Flava and Afro Pop artist in every sense of the word. This daring vibrant Diva was born and raised in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and grew up in a musical family which includes a brother and sister who are also musicians themselves.

            In early 2004, under the group “WAKILISHA” of the East Africa Coca Cola Pop stars SHAA who was then known by her birth name Sarah made her debut into the Tanzania music scene. With their hit single “Hoi” SHAA and her fellow group members managed to win themselves a spot in the East Africa music industry. However, in 2005 SHAA left the group and went to USA to further her studies in another passion of hers which is Art. It was during her studying period abroad, under the management of WAKILISHA’s previous manager, Daniel Kiondo of Kiondo Communications International , that SHAA started working on her solo career.

In October 2008 SHAA's solo career finally kicked off when she landed herself a major record deal with a prominent record label in Tanzania, MJ Records. Under MJ Records, SHAA has managed to record and release many hits such as ZAMU YANGU (meaning MY TURN), PAMBAZUKA, a track that also featured AY, SHOGA (meaning MY FRIEND), CRAZY and many many more.
With such hits under her belt SHAA earned her first Tanzania Music Awards Nominations for best R&B artist in 2008, Best Female Vocalist and Best Female Artist in 2010 and Best Female Performer in 2011. She also earned herself her very first MAMA(MTV Base) Awards Nomination in the Best New Act Category in 2009 and a Channel O Music Awards Nomination in the Best East African Act Category in 2010 and the Best Afro-Pop Act in 2011 where she went head to head with acts such as J-Martins and Mr.Flavour from Nigeria.
Although she didn’t manage to grab any of the awards her hard work finally paid off in late 2011 when her then hit SHOGA won the Best Afro-Pop song in the MUSEKE Awards  beating out some of Africa’s best such as D’banj and 2Face Idibia.

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