Infusing the bouncy rhythmic styles of pop, dancehall and reggae music, Mz Sahfiyah is becoming one of London’s top female players in the urban dance scene genre. She sings, she dances, and she sets the club on ‘fiyah’.
The Reggaeton influenced performer started young, teaching herself the art of hip-hop and belly dance at just 16 years of age. Channelling her difficult experiences at school into dance and song, Mz Sahfiyah steadily began to overshadow those who once doubted her. She pulled the negativity from her life and transformed it into positive energy.
Mz Sahfiyah has since been making movements in the urban club scene. With her latest hit ‘Fly Boy’ doing the rounds on YouTube, gaining over 36,000 views to date. Mz Sahfiyah is securing a name for herself. Appearing at a number of Dancehall club nights across various venues, her unique sound has begun to take off and is recognised by many.
With ‘Fly Boy’ becoming an instant club classic, prepare to hear the name Mz Sahfiyah on everyone’s lips.