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Biography

Annie Sama is a multidisciplinary artist and producer (Canada - Congo) working in music, dance and fashion, between Montreal and New York. Her music is an avant-garde, industrial-sounding pop that is defined by a mix of electronic influences, including Grimes and Mozart's Sister. Formerly known as APigeon, she returns to us this year under the image of Annie Sama, presenting an image just as memorable and worked as her music. 


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“Fresh off her debut EP Clear, the Canadian-Congolese producer just dropped her single “Bae”, a percussive summer anthem with themes of self empowerment, self love, and self dedication. It’s shades of M.I.A., with a bouncy baseline a la Pharrell. Sama’s voice is light, playful, and fun, just what your summer playlist needs.”
— Flaunt Magazine
“Among the great musical discoveries of the festival (Pop Montréal), many were fairly impressed by the crafted universe of electronic vocalist Annie Sama.”
— Christelle Saint-Julien, IX Daily
“Her soft poetry and incredible harmonies are sure to translate into a heartfelt, hypnotic performance.”
— Naked Underground
“The night began with the encapsulating electro-pop sound of Annie Sama, who crowd members begged to stay on stage. Powerful performance...”
— Bronte Martin, The Main Mtl
“Annie Sama Is Born, is a positively stunning debut record.”
— Noah Siegel, New Canadian Music

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Annie Sama is a singer, songwriter, producer and performer of Canadian Congolese background. Her music is quite singular : a cutting-edge pop with industrial sounds, which could be defined by various electronic influences, like Grimes, Mozart's Sister, Arca, Yaeji or even Chair Lift. Joined by Blaise Borboën Leonard on stage, Annie presents a deconstructed, laid-bare and intimate show; a combination of distinct musical composition, visual direction and dance. Her EP will be coming out in May 2018.

 

 


 
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This project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada's privite radio broadcasters.