Born in Liberia West Africa, Saydah, the Princess of the Bassa tribe, began performing at the age of seven with formal piano performances.
April 11, 2014 (Newswire.com) - From the Wu Tang's new generation comes soulful singer Princess Saydah. Her new hit "Bound2Break" is climbing on the Radio Airplay Charts and raising a clamor throughout the music industry all the way to Africa. She recently released the video for the single.
Born in Liberia West Africa, Saydah, the Princess of the Bassa tribe, began performing at the age of seven with formal piano performances. She later ventured into vocal and instrumental compositions, turning professional at age 16.
Working closely with the industry elite, Saydah honed her skills as an artist, working with, but not limited to, the likes of Preston Glass (Whitney Houston); Larry Moore of The Main Ingredient; Def Jam recording artists, Brutha, who she was invited to perform along side with at the late Michael Jackson's birthday party in Germany (2006). Saydah was also offered opportunities with Kevin Black, Michael Holden (Stevie Wonder, Coolio) who at the time, was an A&R representative for Warner Music Group. She was also offered opportunities with Ian Burke (Green House Management in Atlanta, TLC) for Def Jam, Elektra, and Epic Records. She also gained interest from Universal Music Group and others.
Saydah has performed many times, including at the famous Kodak Theatre, at Oscar related gifting suites, and the upscale Aqua Lounge in Beverly Hills. Her altruistic work has seen her featured on the Celebrity Shopping Channel and celebrity charitable events for Haiti relief.
Saydah is currently working on promoting her acoustic album, her radio single "Bound2Break," and her 2014 studio album with Wu Tang's record label, Zu Films INC.
Find out more about Princess Saydah via her Official MTV page
www.mtv.com/artists/saydah Official Fan Page http://www.saydahzufilms.com on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SaydahZuFilms or connect with her on Twitter https://twitter.com/SaydahWuTangZu