New York, NY, February 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Zarah Nokie was born in West Africa. Zarah is the granddaughter of a former Liberian ambassador to America. Zarah relocated to the United States at the age of four. Raised in Maryland but currently residing in North Carolina, Zarah has been singing since the tender age of seven. Having taken interest at a young age, one could tell Zarah was driven to become a performer from early on. Zarah polished her vocal skills at Suitland's Performing Arts High School (Maryland) where Zarah was classically trained in vocal performance. Zarah’s repertoire began to grow as Zarah began professionally training to dance at the age of six. Zarah had the opportunity to become a BET "Teen Summit" dancer and was fortunate to choreograph a number of musicals and dance showcases.
Zarah has performed at numerous event venues, the NFL Banquet and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC also The Fright House in New York. Zarah’s career was influenced by Janet Jackson, Prince, Lenny Kravitz, Tracie Spencer and Terry Ellis, just to name a few.
Aside from believing in commercial appeal of the Music Industry, Zarah is committed to keeping the music soulful and honest by writing or co-writing songs. A diva-to-be (minus the attitude), Zarah is a unique, truly humble, inventive and talented. Potential fans should take a moment to listen and will hear why Zarah is poised and ready for super stardom.
Zarah Nokie’s discography is available on Reverbnation; listen to the latest singles by visiting http://zarahnokie.reverbnation.com . Zarah has music that could be classified in several genres including but not limited to R&B and Pop. Zarah will donate 50% of revenue from the “Rise Again” Single to the Sweet Relief Charity. The Sweet Relief Musicians Fund is a non-profit charity that provides financial assistance to all types of career musicians struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems. In other words, Healing Musicians in Need. Learn more about Sweet Relief Musicians Fund by visiting https://www.sweetrelief.org/.