TeaMarrr

“I’m Just a Haitian girl trying to cry less and sing more, in this crazy world because music is healing. My art does just what a cup of tea can do for you. Whether it’s hot or cold, I want people to feel good.”

Boston born, and Los Angeles based, Haitian-American artist TeaMarrr has been releasing hit after hit, passing right under the noses of the common folks’ noses, all the while remaining on the scope of true music lovers (of which I am a part of, naturally). “TeaMarrr”, which is an acronym for Totally Enthused About Making Really Really Raw “music, art, fashion, or anything,” as her bio states—tea is a signature motif in TeaMarr’s music and visuals. Clutching a signature teacup in her videos, she can be described as the embodiment of wisdom.

She exclaims, “I’m Just a Haitian girl trying to cry less and sing more, in this crazy world because music is healing. My art does just what a cup of tea can do for you. Whether it’s hot or cold, I want people to feel good.”

With a list of inspirations that range from Amy Winehouse and Lauryn Hill, to Big Maybelle, the songstress’ music is always guaranteed to be something special. Her debut EP, Thanks for the Chapstick has generated a buzz so loud, that she’d even gained showcases on ThisIsRnB, and the esteemed, COLORS. My personal favorite from TeaMarrr is “I do…but”, but, is this tea worth sipping or not? Let me know if you’re feeling this artist or not below.

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