Boston-born and Los Angeles-based Haitian-American artist TeaMarrr brought the house down this past week with an electrifying performance in both New York and Boston.
On November 26th, the buzzing singer performed a few of her fan faves including “One Job” to her hometown crowd in Boston during an opening act for H.E.R. at the House of Blues. Watch “One Job”HERE.
|She later ended the week with an intimate performance at E&C Studio (Esther & Carol) in New York City on Thursday, November 29th.|
|TeaMarrr’s single “One Job” has gained much praise for its recent cinematic visual release. Lensed by EMMY® Award-nominated director James Bland [Giants], the video co-stars fellow Haitian-American actor Jean Elie[HBO’s Insecure] and boasts a cameo from viral social media star Lala Milan [BET’s Boomerang], recently reaching 100K views on YouTube.|
It is the first single from her forthcoming album, Tea Turns To Wine, due out in 2019 on Position Music.
|TeaMarrr (TEE-mar) is a keen observer of the energy around her. The rising artist channels the world around her with poetry as unique as her voice and perspective. After her self-released EP Thanks for the Chapstick set the internet abuzz, the Haitian-American quickly ascended onto the scene. TeaMarrr‘s music is raw and confident, graphic, and moving. There’s an edge to her songwriting, and an intensity in her message, that is both motivating and convicting. With Wine, TeaMarrr holds nothing back in exploring her memories and imaginings of the realities of modern day romance. From Chapstick to Wine, TeaMarrr unchains herself from the bondage of a healing heartbreak in the cathartic first single “One Job.”|