Tamara Nivillac Releases New Single “Unda”.

The Curaçaoan recording artist is releasing her second single and music video. Willemstad, Curacao, NA –
Tamara Nivillac is preparing to release her second single entitled “Unda” on September 3th, 2014.

The songstress is on the island of Curaçao for a short stay to perform at the “After (Curacao North Sea) Jazz” party and is taking the opportunity to release her new single and music video along with a brief media promo as well as several performances.

For her second single Tamara teamed up once again with producer and dear
friend Stanley Alejandro Clementina, whom she’s also worked with on her debut
single “Gosa” (Enjoy), launched in March of this year. Featuring on this new track is internationally renowned jazz guitarist Jean Jacques Rojer.

In contrast to her swinging debut single, “Unda” is a somewhat melancholic ballad sang in her native language “Papiamentu”. “Unda” literally means “Where” but in context of this song it translates to “Where do we go from here”.

Tamara defines her music as Acoustic Afro-Caribbean Soul. Besides singing in
“Papiamentu” Tamara also writes songs in English or a combination of both
languages. “Through my years of experience in the music industry I’ve come to realize that music is universal and it’s something that had to be felt and not necessarily understood.” – Tamara Nivillac

With this new self-written song Tamara officially debuts as a singer songwriter.

The track will be available on (among others) iTunes, Skèmpi and Spotify.

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