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You know someone is a big deal if from hearing their voice on the radio, you immediately start a search on who that voice belongs to. At least that’s what I did when I first heard Adelle and look at her now, she is a huge success. Miles away though, I heard her voice in her collaboration with Le Band in the song number one. I remember asking the one who had sent me the song what band is that? Thought it was the new Elani only that the gender distribution was different. Came to find out later that it was an all-male band in collaboration with a female by the name Suzziah.
Her voice mellow yet powerful carries through the song as she blurts out her parts. She is such an amazing singer, you can hear the clarity in her voice over the radio. Giving the song a balance of both female and male voices, it resulted into one of Kenya’s finer collaborations.
The current new age trend of groups breaking into the scene, which I think Sauti Sol have played a major role in, have created a form of safe haven for singers. Being in a group makes it easier for you to be anything or to do anything because the work is usually divided. I thought that was her niche but felt she was too big an artist to be confined in a group.
Her entry into the recently concluded singing competition “the search”, being a confirmation of the same. She was a girl with a big voice and was taking her music seriously. The question lingering in people’s thoughts really is, what happens after the show? We see so many big artists who after the singing competitions are done, they disappear with the show. We are again left wondering what those amazing talents amount to.
Suzziah’s recent release however shows that this girl is in it to win it. The song very beautifully written, and FYI she composed and sang it herself. A powerful message on self-acceptance, especially for females, with the world standards of beauty constantly sidelining most. The video is well done, with a dash of craftiness on the faces of the girls in it. It is simple yet sends the message. She is a woman with the look, the talent and an artist. The future looks bright for this rising star, I for one can’t wait to see what she does next.
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