Phyllisia Ross

Phyllisia Ross

|

From age three, Phyllisia Ross has immersed herself in the art world as a singer, songwriter, and pianist. Hailing from Haiti, she has passionately cultivated her craft, showcasing a unique blend of vocals, instrumental prowess, and songwriting abilities.

Phyllisia’s growth over the years is unmistakable with how she has amassed over 100 million combined YouTube views and millions of streams on various platforms, and she has been mesmerising fans in live performances across the globe.

She released her debut album, The Introduction, in 2000. She has released several others in a career spanning over a decade, including A L’infini, Mwen Renmen W, Akwaba Beach and Ylang Ylang. Some of her singles include Di Mwen, I’ll Be There, Only For You, Kenbe La and Konsa.

- ADVERTISEMENT -

Beyond music, Phyllisia stands as a trailblazer in the industry. She’s a philanthropist and a 100% independent recording artist and entrepreneur who owns a music production company, Phyllisia Ross MIZIK.

When not gracing stages or managing her music enterprises, Phyllisia dedicates time to educating and inspiring others. Her lectures at schools, universities, and non-profit organisations focus on transforming artistic gifts into profitable ventures.
Recognised for her influential contributions, Phyllisia received accolades from MIPAD as one of the Most Influential People of African Descent. Her impact extends to the political realm, where Florida Congresswoman Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick granted her a Congressional proclamation to acknowledge her role as a Caribbean American artist.

Phyllisia, who released Wap Betize in January, also holds a degree in biology from the University of Miami. Her entrepreneurial ventures include A natural beauty line, Phleur Serum, and The Afro-Caribbean collaboration with Diella Designs, which birthed the Phyllisia Ross Collection.

Phyllisia Ross will be live at the first-ever Konpa concert in London. The event is an initiative of KonpaLondon, a group of Haitians living in London who endeavour to promote Haitian culture in the whole of the UK, starting with London. It promises to be a night filled with music and unforgettable memories for Kompa enthusiasts.
The event is scheduled for Saturday 2 December, at The Forge, 3-7 Delancey Street, London, NW1 7NL. For tickets, visit Eventbrite.

- ADVERTISEMENT -

SUBSCRIBE FOR EVERYTHING SOCA

READ SOCA NEWS MAGAZINE

------------------------------------------ ADVERTISEMENT -

------------------------------------------ ADVERTISEMENT -

------------------------------------------ ADVERTISEMENT -

------------------------------------------ ADVERTISEMENT -
------------------------------------------ ADVERTISEMENT -
-----------------------------------------

OTHER NEWS

MAGAZINES

- ADVERTISEMENT -
- ADVERTISEMENT -