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Pop and Acoustic music is what you’ll think of when you first hear this fun spirited bright artist, Rebecca Nazz. Growing up in South India, Canada and Kuwait, this Indo Canadian multi-talented singer/songwriter entertains with an intimate acoustic performance on guitar and an energized club performance backed by dancers.
Coming up from the underground she writes her own material, offering a poignant blend of lyrics and thoughtful melodies. She quickly became part of the local music scene in Canada through open mic venues in Toronto and Halifax with performances at at C'est Wat, Mitzi Sisters, Holy Joes, Gingers Tavern, Roogues Roost and Pogue Fado. She was invited to perform at the Toronto’s largest South Asian Festival, Masala Mehndi Masti, (MMM) and has also performed at the El Mocambo, Harlem, The Rivoli and The Opera House.
Her single "Indian Boy" garnered the attention of world-renowned reggae artist Apache Indian, known for his hits “Boom Shack-A-Lak” and “Chok There” who she featured on the track on her EP “Intimate”. “Intimate” released in Canada Sept 2011 and is being released in the UK and India in 2012. Electrifying from start to finish, her material can be defined as upbeat pop songs with Western/East Indian influences and a lyrical message for everyone. In light of her recent EP release, she was profiled on OMNI TV with Bollywood Boulevard, Masala Canada with CBC radio, Brit Asia TV, UK, Desi Fashion Magazine, South Asian Generation Next, Anokhi and Star Buzz Weekly. As well she rocked the crowds with energized performances at the largest South Asian Festival in Canada, desiFest 2011, World Partnership Walk, Carrasauga Festival of Cultures and more.
Currently she is working on promoting her EP material. In 2012 she will be releasing a music video for “Indian Boy”, acoustic singles and a much anticipated national song for Canada titled “Canada-EH!” which will make her the first Indo-Canadian to pen a national song for Canada. Look out for this talented and opinionated artist! In her own words, “Music is art that can create a movement.”