Zamaera has revealed that she is now an impartial artist – with new music on the way in which.
The Malaysian rapper posted a be aware on social media yesterday (March 29) to interrupt the information, sharing that making an attempt to succeed in a settlement together with her earlier label was a drawn-out course of that left her unable to launch new music since 2019.
“For the previous 18 months, I’ve been making an attempt to succeed in a settlement with the label I used to be signed to. It was the most important adversity I used to be going through as a result of that was the principle purpose I couldn’t launch any new music since October 2019,” Zamaera wrote.
“I’m not going to dive into the small print (saving that for the diss tracks) however I’m lastly proud to announce that I’m now formally an impartial artist. 100% indie and self-managed. Wanting to study and excited to collaborate.”
She additionally introduced that she plans to launch remixes and originals, with the primary one coming later this week.
Zamaera was signed to Malaysian label Lakefront Records, together with her final launch with them being the 2019 single ‘Jangan Salah Sangka’.
In an interview in 2019, Zamaera stated she met Lakefront Data CEO Bryan Tan in 2017. “That they had proposed me to enter into Lakefront’s artist growth program which was speculated to final for 2 years however after all, issues progressed quick for me,” she informed 2cents Malaysia.
“In that program, I’ve discovered loads of issues that information me in being a greater artist from brushing up on my singing abilities, to constant follow in figuring out musical notes and what not.”
Although Zamaera has not launched any solo materials since 2019, she has featured on different artist’s songs. Final December, she collaborated with Singaporean rapper THELIONCITYBOY and Malaysian emcee Alan D on the tune ‘Buang Suay’. She additionally teamed up with Malaysian producer DJ Aku Ash on the song ‘Salty’ in November.
Final 12 months, she additionally carried out on the Istana Budaya for the ROUND festival because the first-ever hip-hop efficiency on the venue since its opening in 1999.