Sheba Sahlemariam has quite a story to tell. A refugee from war-plagued
But these days,
TALLAWAH chatted with the reggae princess about her background, what she’s up to now and what she wants to do with her life.
TALLAWAH: How do you define yourself as an artist?
TALLAWAH: How did your struggles help to shape your sound and your outlook?
TALLAWAH: Let’s talk a little about your music career. Bounty Killer recently did a remix of your new single, “Love This Lifetime.” How did the collaboration come about, and what was it like working with the dancehall veteran?
TALLAWAH: Nice. So are you happy with where your career’s at right now?
TALLAWAH: What’s the ultimate goal you hope to accomplish through your work as an entertainer?
TALLAWAH: Speaking of which, what can listeners expect when they pick up a copy of your forthcoming debut album, The Lion of Sheba.
TALLAWAH: Great. Can’t wait to hear it. What are some of your interests outside music?
TALLAWAH: That’s beautiful. So what do you love most about
SHEB A: The culture. The Jamaican culture is one of the most vibrant I have ever experienced. Jamaicans are very creative, and you do everything with flair.
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