London based singer/songwriter Tamera drops off her debut EP “Afrodite”. The 5-track project which includes her previous singles “Strong For Me”, “Wickedest” and the Tay Iwar assisted “Good Love”, was entirely produced by P2J (Wizkid, Beyonce, Snoh Aalegra).
Like diary entries Tamera pours her heart into her songs, singing about the trials and tribulations of life and love as a young adult. Coming from a multi-ethnic background, she draws her inspiration Greek mythology, African culture and music idols such as Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Missy Elliott.
Speaking about her EP, Tamera explains:
“Afrodite stems from the word “Aphrodite” who is the Goddess of love, beauty, pleasure and passion in Greek mythology. It’s such a fitting title as my project was born from passion, love and female/goddess energy it’s also a subtle nod to my Greek heritage. I used the spelling “Afrodite” instead of the original spelling because I’m also an African woman and predominant sonics of the project are heavily influenced by African culture. The mix of the two create a perfect blend of passion, vulnerability, fearlessness, sass, brutal honesty and vim.”
Watch the visuals and have a listen to Tamera’s “Afrodite” right below: