MeeMee Nelzy a soul hip-hop artist

Born in Paris, France and a native of the French West Indies, Meemee Nelzy has been infatuated with black and caribbean music since her childhood.

Challenging herself as a teenager, she wrote her first texts in french a few years later in her dorm room in Toulouse, France and incorporated contemporary dance groups.

Gadé mwen an zyé (Photos/ Kija)

In 2001, she joined the «Urban Soul Collectiv’», composed of soul singers and musicians from various countries.

For the first time she began to sing her own songs and revealed her soft and warm voice publicly.

Fortified with this wonderful experience, she returned to Guadeloupe in 2002 with the goal of becoming a solo artist and began learning beat making.

Freestyle ” ka y di vreman “

The results soon became convincing, she decided to meet artists from the island and gradually saw her work recognized by the french underground hip hop scene.

Influenced by hip hop music as well as jazz or caribbean music, she has built a soul repertoire melting with hip hop. Her lyrics, deeply rooted in everyday reality, is a compendium of ideas where everyone can meet.

Comme Un Lotus @Scène Bastille

This determined woman builds her relationships by collaborating with various underground artists. In 2008, she sang the chorus to Large Professor’s «Chill», a track which was published on Dela’s « Changes Of Atmposhere » album and produced a track for Iman Williams.

In 2009, she self-produced and publicly presented her first album entitled “Âme Nouvelle“(that means New Soul). She sings (in french and creole) about love, human relationships and struggles in life.

L’essentiel (live)

Her album is available on all the major legal downloading websites.

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Comme Un Lotus [Buscrates 16​-​bit Remix]

L’Essentiel

Face A Toi

http://www.meemeemusic.net
http://www.myspace.com/meemeenelzy
http://www.twitter.com/meemee_nelzy
http://www.facebook.com/meemee.nelzy

Press contact –  meemee.nelzy@gmail.com

Meemee is now working on a new project which introduced west Indian beatmakers. Stay tuned!

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