“Shining with sheer confidence, listen to her and you’re teleported to worlds tinged with 80s
synths, with bossanova, and with just a dash of classic diva all wrapped up in a down-to-earth
package that’s simultaneously otherworldly,” PopDust writer E.R. Pulgar said of Kwamya in a
recent interview, likening her work to a young Nina Simone.
The striking, statuesque singer first burst onto the music scene in 2013. "I wasn’t making anything and I felt stifled by this relationship that I was in at that time, so I decided to start writing my tracks.”. Following her first impromptu show in Brooklyn that year, she decided music was what was in her heart and started blazing her own trail with her introspective, feel-good ballads.
Germans debut album is due out in 2018.