Naïka is a singer/songwriter born in Miami, Florida, who

developed an interest in music from an early age while living and

traveling internationally with her family.

 

Growing up with the influence of European,

African and Caribbean cultures has shaped her both musically and

individually, and continues to define her artistic perspective and

outlook. Her

music reflects a blend of pop, soul with a World Music influence.

 

Naïka graduated in Performance at

Berklee College of Music in Boston. Within her first year as a student, she was selected

to tour with GRAMMY-winning artist Michael Bolton, and participate on

NBC’s The Voice. Her songwriting ability also earned her a second place

prize in the BMI John Lennon Foundation Scholarship in 2015.

In her two years at Berklee, she has been involved in a variety of

performances, including the school's Perfect Pitch

Concert where she was selected for two consecutive years. Naïka has brought forth her cultural background by singing in

French for members of the European consulate, but also in Creole in her recent rendition of the traditional Haitian song "Papa Gede(Bel Gason)" which reached 200,000 views in two short days.

 

Naïka continues to develop her vocal and songwriting expertise

with an exemplary work ethic, that will stand her in good stead

throughout her journey as an artist, wherein perseverance, dedication

and hard work are essential.