SOUL  / POP / REGGAE

Zahira is a cultured renaissance woman from Canada whose pure, powerful, and resonant voice has received rave reviews from fans and critics around the world. Her success as an internationally known vocalist, songwriter, and musician inspires people to be strong and positive, and she faces life every day with a special energy that lights up each stage she performs on. Zahira’s original music combines elements of Soul, Pop, Reggae, Hip-Hop and Dub. Her sound is driven by deep bass, llush harmonies and passionate lead vocals; bringing forth a remarkable high energy performance uplifting hearts and inspiring minds. She can be seen performing with her live-electronic project, her band “Zahira & Rising Buffalo Tribe” or as a guest vocalist with Oregon Reggae Rootstronica group Indubious.
She completed her first limited-edition EP in 2011, released singles “Summertime” and “Easy Days” in 2013, and later released her full-length album, “Rise Up”. In 2016 she released her latest single “Ascension” which is a dance anthem for revolution. Zahira’s new reggae single “Stand Strong” was officially released with her animated music video release in Spring of 2018. She is currently recording a new single and video “Mystic One” which is in collaboration with her live project “ZAHIRA & RISING BUFFALO TRIBE” to be released in April of 2018. Then will be followed by an album which will be released in August of 2018 featuring members of Indubious and Sol Seed. No stranger to the music industry, Zahira has toured internationally since 2008 and collaborated with Luciano, Sly & Robbie, Yami Bolo, KRS-One, Red Fox, Don One Sound, Indubious, Bibi McGill (Music Director / Lead Guitar @ BEYONCE). She has recently shared the bill with The Original Wailers, Junior Reid, Yung JR, Chezidek, Prezident Brown, Indubious & The Lambsbread. Zahira has played to crowds at a number of festivals in places including California, Oregon, Colorado, Florida, Canada, Israel, Bali and Thailand, bringing the spirit of love and unifying the masses.