Guinean native Natu Camara mixes West African soul, rock and pop music.
As a builder of inter-cultural bridges, Camara uses her songs to bring
people together, weaving a tapestry of musical stories
and visions of her beloved home.
Featured on NPR's Tiny Desk Home Virtual for GlobalFEST 2021
NYC Woman's Fund for Media, Music, and Theatre 2020 Recipient.
Ambassador of "Conakry Capital Du Livre"


 
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REVIEWS

Natu Camara is one of its brightest musical stars and a committed activist for the empowerment and education of girls and women in west Africa.

Andrew Sacher: BrooklynVegan News

 

She [Natu Camara] is a FORCE of musical nature."   

Neva Wartell: "Music for the Masses"

April 7, 2019 on WGXC 90.7/(1:15:00 -1:07:10)

 

"Indeed the song’s combination of looped rhythm and lyricism is mesmerizing.

It’s music in which to get lost and not

wantto be found.”

Lou Fancher: EBX news.

 

“She has a haunting voice that will draw you into her colorful experiences through song

and guitar”

Ron Scott:  New YorkAmsterdam News

“Natu writes exquisite melodies and cosmopolitan rhythms
of contemporary West Africa”
Mondo Local 

 

"Natu Camara performs live with an energy that keeps you on your feet."  Smithsonia news

"As a builder of inter-cultural bridges, Camara uses her songs to bring people together, weaving a tapestry of musical stories and visions of her beloved home. " 

Bob Boilen Radio WFAE 90.7

Natu Camara, a singer from Guinea now based in New York, gave her West African pop a tinge of American funk as she offered determinedly uplifting messages.

New York Times