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The unsung sheroe


4 time NAMA award winner, YEZI award winner ,NGOMA award winner


Eyahra -meaning " daughter of the sun and moon" was born to Portuguese and Zimbabwean parents and grew up listening to conscious reggae music ,her parents being members of the Zimbabwean Caribbean Association. At the age of 4 she was invited to accompany Joseph Hill on stage during Cultures Tour. To his delight she was comfortable and confident ,singing "Jah Rastafari"


Founder of the the reggae jazz band KIBO. Eyahra and crew recorded thier first album "The Calling" in 2009 in South Africa (Sethu Studios) . Eyahra's honeyed voice was sampled by a Jamaican producer who fell in love with her sound and this merger afforded her a second album "Jah Worx " which has 15 tracks and was produced ,engineered and mixed by Jamaican producer Everton "dr caveman" Moore of Caveman Studios International in 2012 in 2013 he flew to Zimbabwe from Jamaica and worked on her third album Mirror Mirror . Both albums were written by Eyahra with input from dub poet XAPA and are a conscious and positive social commentary.


In 2014 she produced ,wrote and recorded her fourth album "A Simple Thank You " at Empress entertainment ,with producers Caveman, Shayzar, Stotter, Xfecta, Blackstarliner studios,audiophiles,chil4real and Cymplex of solid records, the album was mastered by Mix Masters international.

This album and her subsequent recordings reflect deeper emotions as her personal experiences and feelings come through enhancing her music.

Her music is well received all round and can be heard from Ghana to Jamaica, Kenya to Germany, Swaziland to Sierra Leone .


Her fifth album is almost complete ,she alternates Reggae ,dancehall and lovers tracks including singing in Portuguese .

Whatever style she embraces ,Eyahra insists on being conscious and pushing herself to give her fans the best she can.


This year she has managed to join hands with Dr Dread and drops a single on the Bihngi Warrior Riddim which is scheduled for release mid August



Between studio time ,she performs at concerts , handles her own beauty range called Eyahra Beauty Workshop and fragrance range called Eyahra by Eyahra .

Eyahra is dedicated to charity work and has been recognized by the institute of Philanthropy who have awarded her an honorary award in philanthropy.

She has won 4 National Arts and Merits Awards (NAMAS) for Best television and film actress and Best theatre actress ,Best work in HIV /aids Awareness and Best television talk show . Yezi award Best actress .

Her acting career has taken her around the globe to places such as Sweden where she had performed at the Stadsteatern will Calle Engerman, the Observer Assembly rooms and the Traverse Theatres in Scotland with Eileen Ritchie's "the Juju Girl" at the Edinburgh fringe festival and the Pretoria State theatre for the musical Sing Africa Dance. Her current 2021 project is the Menelik Shabazz feature film The Spirits Return , in which she plays the lead character Nubia.

Eyahra loves to cook and spend time with her family and bond with her pets.

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