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Birth Name Aisha Davis
Origin Bermuda
Genres Reggae, Dancehall-Soul
Years active 2001 – Present
Phone  1876-399-4183


Few performers have the dexterity and the confidence to switch with ease from one discipline to another and become successful at it. Aisha Davis or simply Aisha, singer/songwriter, dancer and actress is one of those few.

A stroke of luck brought her on tour in 2001 with Kymani Marley until 2003. Aisha has become a veteran of the international touring scene having completed tours as the opening act as well as backing vocalist for Shaggy (2004/5), Coco Tea (2007) and Alborosie (2008). Not only has she toured and performed to sold out crowds in Europe, India, Egypt, the Caribbean and the US, Aisha has also performed on some of Jamaica’s top shows such as Carifesta in 2002, Stars in Action 2006, Reggae Sumfest in 2006 and 2010 as well as Jamaica Jazz and Blues festival in 2010.

She has worked with several top producers in the business including Kirk ‘Kirkledove’ Bennett, Mathew ‘Preki’ Lawrence, Ward 21, Donovan Germaine, Steven ‘Lenky’ Marsden, Trevor Forrest (Secret Chunez), Edward ‘Master Lee’ Collins of Code Red records whom she is working with on her debut album.

Aisha has amassed a large catalogue of singles and some notable collaborations with the likes of Tony Curtis, Richie Stephens, Shaggy, D’Angel, Anthony B with whom she did the smash hit: Someone Loves You Honey in 2003. The song was a chart topper and was even featured on BET as well as on numerous cable and radio stations in the Caribbean, Europe, the New York Tri-State Area and the southern United states. Most recently, she collaborated with Trinidad’s very own Dawg E. Slaughter on a soca track titled ‘Put it pon me’ produced by Code red and secret chunez, and another hit with dancehall star Aidonia on the single, titled ‘heart is hers’ produced by Equinoxx music. This too was a chart topper which secured them a nomination as best duo for one of Jamaica’s local music stations. Other songs that she has done include, Murder, Say my name, shake it, love s.o.s and currently in rotation on local stations and internet are singles ‘Hungry for you’ (for which there’s a video), ‘Haffi come back’ and ‘I’m done’.

Boasting a voice to die for , the artiste sings from the heart and is noted for writing her own material; an ability that she doesn’t take for granted.

“I write what I feel, my music is my passion, and I take my work very seriously and approach it with drive and desire”.She has maintained her focus on creating positive uplifting sounds.

“I sing songs that people can relate to and ones that inspire them to live, love and be happy.” The artiste is poised for greatness and continues to manifest the quality, humility and passion she has become known for.


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