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She won the Caribbean Music Award for "Best New Artist Reggae" 2023 in New York. She made her mark on stages such as Rototom Sunsplash (E), Reggaelake (NL), Montreux Jazz Festival (CH), Summerjam (D), Reggae Jam (D) and Openair St. Gallen (CH). And she convinced music critics with her brilliant second album "Chameleon": Samora.





Samora, born in the South American Caribbean, brings an incredibly fresh, powerful and energetic take on modern Antillian vibes to the stage. Her music is rooted in Afro-Caribbean rhythms, modern Dancehall and, of course, Reggae. She skillfully combines this concentrated load of tropical sounds with R'n'B and Pop elements, creating a very own style in which she can live out her love of music and her versatility. The charming and self-confident young singer captivates every audience with her vocals and strong stage presence, supported by a great band. Thrilling.



Samora - Born In Suriname (Work)
Samora - Precious (Official Video)
Samora - Tears (Official Video)
Samora - Fake (Official Video)
Samora – Free Up


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If you don’t know Samora, you’re missing out.

Put her on stage and she’s gonna set it on fire and give the audience the best time…


Samora is a fresh, real, raw, energetic, and exciting Reggae-Pop-singer, an Afrobeat-queen, and a true Dancehall-diva. Based in Switzerland, but originally from Suriname and the Netherlands, she has evolved into an internationally known and recognized up-to-date artist. Her latest release Chameleon with features from Jamaican superstars Anthony B, Turbulence & Jah Mason are proof enough. Her music always has an Afro-Caribbean flavor, but with her open mindset, she appeals to a wide audience as well. She is mixing Reggae related music, be it Afrobeat, Afropop, Modern Dancehall or Reggae itself with all kinds of Pop styles. It is her rooted and down-to-earth musical profile combined with an open and free approach towards music and life itself which makes Samora an outstanding artist with a strong personality. She has emerged into a very attractive performer, be it on records or at live shows. Wherever she stands on a stage, people are impressed by her energy, power, and passion for what she does. That’s why more and more people are aware of her talent and appreciating her outstanding versability. Being a persistent, highly focused, and hard-working artist, Samora never ever disappoints her audience. 


After her first international tour in 2018, her debut album release in 2019, 6 singles releases in 2020, 7 singles and 5 videos in 2021, she set an impressive mark with her album Chameleon (distributed by Hapilos) and an awesome international tour in 2022 and 2023 – including very convincing and powerful appearances at big festivals and venues. 


And as 2024 comes closer, you can be sure there’s a lot of new music, collaborations and big appearances coming up. Her stage presence and versatility will surprise and impress you. This is a promise.


Born in 1991 in Paramaribo, Suriname, Samora came into contact with music at a very early age and fell in love with the different sounds and styles, from Gospel to Reggae. Even as a little girl, she wanted to become a singer.


When she moved to the Netherlands at the age of 14, she was able to realize her dream and turned to a career in the music business. Between 2012 and 2014 she attended the Nederlandse Pop Academie in Utrecht, founded her own band, and participated in music competitions, some of which she won. With her single “Momma Said” (2016) she turned to Reggae-related music. Further singles and first bigger shows in the Netherlands followed and in 2018 she participated in the “Female Reggae Voices” tour in Switzerland. Singles like “Me Na Fallin” (2018) and her debut album “Moengo” (2019) – a homage to the place where her parents first met – followed. Between 2019 and 2022, Samora released a huge number of singles such as “Keep My Fire Lit”, “Free Up”, “What You Came For” feat. Lutan Fyah, “Home Again” feat. Brother Culture, “Jah Inna Mi Life”, “Fake” and of course her phenomenal album “Chameleon” (2022), which was produced by the team of Res Staudenmann and Kiro MusicMaker, and which received excellent reviews.


She consistently pursues her path of expanding her fanbase trough commitment, up to date releases and convincing live shows at renowned festivals like “Reggaelake Festival” “Rototom Sunsplash” or “Summerjam”. Her consistency attracted international music magazines and platforms to write about her releases. And after her album being considered for Grammy nomination in 2022, she crowned her career winning the Caribbean Music Award for “Best New Artist Reggae” 2023 in New York.


And this is just the beginning. 2024 will be full of surprises, featuring some of the biggest names in the industry…