Star Zee – Wata Bam Bam Ft. AphroDija

Star Zee is a multi-award winning Sierra Leonean Hip-Hop and Dancehall queen. Linda Samai was born to Mr Patrick Samai (a former military dance band vocalist) and Mrs Sombo Samai (medical nurse).

Raised in Freetown, ”QueenKong” alias Star Zee has lyrically demonstrated why she is Sierra Leone’s biggest Dancehall crooner; a lyrically lethal female singjay who can rival her male counterparts boot-to-boot on the riddim.

She was initially introduced to the music industry at the age of 14 when she joined Stress Inc Records.

Star Zee began her career as a member of Ladies Day Out, a female-only band (L.D.O)  and went solo in 2003, never looking back. “Focus On Africa” was published by the group (L.D.O) in December 1998. Star Zee’s contributions to the record earned her widespread acclaim in Sierra Leone’s music business.

Star Zee has been able to enter a field dominated by males since the beginning of her solo career and maintain her position. She has performed alongside various musicians from her homeland and abroad, including a collaboration with Nigerian icon Patoranking, in the United Kingdom and Australia. She won an award for “Best Work of the Year” for her collaboration with renowned dancehall heavyweight Stonebwoy.

Star Zee is one of Sierra Leone’s most prominent and important female artists. She aspires to maintain her love and enthusiasm for the entertainment business while also conveying a positive picture of Sierra Leone.

Hadiza Blell, better known by her stage name Aphro-Di’Ja, is a Sierra Leonean-Nigerian singer, visual artist, fashion designer and songwriter. She is currently signed to Mavin Records. In 2009, she released her first single “Rock Steady” which was nominated for Best Urban/R&B Single at the 2009 Canadian Radio Music Awards. Moreover, she won the Best New Artist award at the 2008 Beat Music Awards.

Di’Ja has lived in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, the United States and Canada. Her mother is from Northern Nigeria and her father is from Sierra Leone. At a young age, Di’Ja committed herself to academia and earned a double degree in Biology and Psychology. After earning the aforementioned degrees, Di’Ja became passionate about music, art and philosophy.

Her music career started in 2008.In 2012, Di’Ja released several singles including “Dan’Iska (Rudebwoy)”, “Hold On (Ba Damuwa)” and “How Can We Be Friends”.On February 14, 2015, Don Jazzy announced the addition of Di’Ja to Mavin Records. Her first official single under Mavin Records was also released on February 14, 2014. The song, which is titled “Yaro”, is an up-tempo celebration of love and commitment against all odds. It infuses Hausa and Krio dialects in honour of her Nigerian and Sierra Leonean roots.

Di’Ja has lived in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, the United States and Canada. Her mother is from Northern Nigeria and her father is from Sierra Leone. At a young age, Di’Ja committed herself to academia and earned a double degree in Biology and Psychology. After earning the aforementioned degrees, Di’Ja became passionate about music, art and philosophy.

Her music career started in 2008.In 2012, Di’Ja released several singles including “Dan’Iska (Rudebwoy)”, “Hold On (Ba Damuwa)” and “How Can We Be Friends”.On February 14, 2015, Don Jazzy announced the addition of Di’Ja to Mavin Records. Her first official single under Mavin Records was also released on February 14, 2014. The song, which is titled “Yaro”, is an up-tempo celebration of love and commitment against all odds. It infuses Hausa and Krio dialects in honour of her Nigerian and Sierra Leonean roots.

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