Born and raised from a musical family....Kimbute' adds diffferent elements to her music with a touch of her Tanazanian and Trinidad roots. Living in Europe and now in America, she succeed in creating music with a fresh potpourri and scintillating, hypotizing sounds that breathe new life on the music scene. Kimbute' has a unique style of her own. Her multi-national music creations that is also expressed in her movements, spans Urban, Pop, Reggae, R&B, and more. Kimbute' is a vibrant performer that also takes command on stage. In her own words, 'It has been a long journey full of stormy weather, dust and thorns...who says life is easy? There is no room for giving up, this is my life! I speak, walk, and talk music. Enjoy the difference.' With a Universal theme, KIMBUTE' has written numerous songs which are the outcry of All people, All races, and All nations. Additionally, she has written many love songs and African rhythms. KIMBUTE' is not only a strong singer/songwriter/guitarist, but also a true linguist. She sings in English, her native Swahili, and Norwegian. KIMBUTE' completed her primary education in Norway, which enabled her to pick up languages very easily. She also toured the European music scene, playing Club sets, Churches, and local Coffee houses. When KIMBUTE' moved to the United States, she attended the University of North Texas, where she graduated in Merchandising and Business Administration. In Texas, KIMBUTE' played at a number of festivals and local venues such as, Hard Rock Cafe, Club Dread'N'Irie, Venice Beach, Club Dada, Connection, Rowdy's, Queen of Sheba, Baja Beach Club, Royal Rack, Tropical Cove, Tijuana Yatch Club, Rasta Reggae Festival and many more. In the Triangle (North Carolina) KIMBUTE' has played at First Night Raleigh, Yancey's, Cat's Cradle, Local 506, Berkeley Cafe, Kings, Durham's BIMBE' Festival, CenterFest, Patio Loco, Abyssinia, Weaver Street Market, Cafe Driade, Expressions, Charlie Brownz (Wilmington), Safari International (Greensboro), Mojo's(Charlotte), Hideaway (Greenville, NC), Asheville Music Zone (Asheville), Jakes Road House (Decatur, Georgia) and many more. KIMBUTE' has opened for major American, Jamaican, and African artist.