Born In Suriname (Work)
Join us as we welcome Samora back in our November edition of IRIE. Samora has captured the hearts of music enthusiasts worldwide with a profound background story of perseverance, dedication, and musical evolution. Her journey from a young girl with a dream to an internationally acclaimed artist has been inspirational. Fresh off her win at the Caribbean Music Awards as Best New Artist Reggae 2023, the exceptionally talented singer-songwriter born in Paramaribo, Suriname, is back with the release of her latest single, “Born In Suriname (Work).”
“Born In Suriname (Work)” is a new single and music video eagerly anticipated by fans and music enthusiasts alike. This release is set to continue Samora’s unique storytelling and mesmerizing musical style. She shares her thoughts on how real life translates into creating meaningful and uplifting music and recognizing a potential block as an opportunity to take time out, work on yourself, and ignite positive energy and happiness from within.
“If you look at your own life as a boat, realize that the captain is you. People sometimes try to guide you without knowing and talk you into something you don’t want to do. Take over control and find your inner strength. You will be able to follow your dreams and steer the ship on its way to success.” – Samora
Born in 1991 in Paramaribo, Suriname, Samora moved to the Netherlands at 14, realized her dream, and turned to a career in the music business. She infuses a unique blend of Reggae and diverse musical influences to create her sound. Between 2019 and 2022, Samora released a massive number of singles such as “Keep My Fire Lit,” “Free Up,” and “What You Came For” feat. Lutan Fyah, “Home Again” feat. Brother Culture, “Jah Inna Mi Life,” “Fake,” and the album “Chameleon” (2022), which was produced by the team of Res Staudenmann and Kiro MusicMaker and received excellent reviews. Samora’s journey continues to unfold with even more tremendous promise. In a triumphant moment, Samora secured the inaugural Caribbean Music Award for “Best New Artist Reggae” in New York on August 31, 2023. This remarkable achievement is not only a testament to Samora’s undeniable talent but also a celebration of the unwavering support from her loyal followers.