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The healing properties of tea have been well documented in countless books, poems, and artifacts. Its power borders on mystical. Similarly, Boston-born and Los Angeles-based Haitian-American TeaMarrr unlocks such healing by penning songs. Clutching a signature teacup and coloring her hair to reflect wisdom, she's emerging as something of a 21st century sage. She exclaims, “Music is healing. My art does what a cup of tea can do. Whether it’s hot or cold, I want people to feel good. My name stands for—Totally Enthused About Making Art Really Really Raw—music, art, fashion, or anything. Whatever it is, it has to be raw. That’s my tea!” While on a trip to Toronto with a friend, TeaMarrr randomly free-styled to Shook Ones, Pt. 2. Impressed, friends encouraged her to hit the studio and her 2017 debut EP Thanks for the Chapstick generated internet buzz. While recording Chapstick, TeaMarrr met songwriter Kareem James (Kiana Ledé). Both relocated to LA to begin crafting the forthcoming full-length Tea Turns to Wine. In 2018, Tea dropped a colorful music video featuring Lala Milan for One Job and has been dubbed a "Haitian Queen".
Her latest single Whorey Heart quickly became an anti-fuckboy anthem. With eclectic creativity and a unique voice, you never know what Tea is going to do next. But Tea's constant strive for healing always remains. “My music can be like actual medicine. That’s the ultimate goal: to help musically medicate lost souls," Tea says.