A woman of integrity, full of character, and UNRESTRICTED TALENT!!! Born in the “Magic City” of Miami, Florida, her technique is “Where everything is unrehearsed, uncut, real, and raw. This vocalist, songwriter, model, and actress uses the stage as her diary and the microphone as her pen. Anything is liable to happen when she touches the mic.” Her music is motivating, liberating, inspiring, and multicultural. It communicates to single parents, racially discriminated, about education, and promotes empowerment.
Zipporah is an unforgettable international artist, exceptional mother, incredible vocal instructor, and un-relentless mentor to many. She is a spring offspring, born on March 28th to parents who are devout Christians. Bridging the gap with no limits, cross cultural, deteriorating boundaries, and exhibiting absolute freedom, wherever her presence enters, her voice is a force to be reckoned with. Bringing forth healing, restoration, and liberation, she connects and communicates with the souls of her audiences. Fearlessly, Zipporah is a lyricist that one must experience. She takes her harmonic, melodic, jazzy, R&B, gospel, and simply hypnotic eclectic vocal abilities and captures her audience desiring never to let them go.
Zipporah’s natural aptitude has led her to work alongside many greats and organizations spanning from Dr. Cindy Trimm, Pastor Marc Cooper and the stellar award-winning Miami Mass Choir, Craig Walden, Derrick Baker, Nick Jonas, Yolanda Adams, Shirley Ceasar, Kurt Carr, LaShawnna Stanley of Ethnicity Models and Talent, The American Heart Association, The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center, starring in leading roles in local plays and films. Her first single, “Wonderful Love,” is in heavy rotation on WMBM Gospel 1490; as well as her cover of “Better” by Jessica Reedy, and newly released single, "Take A Chance". Zipporah is also a member of The Miami Mass Choir and feature vocalist on the newly released album Miami Mass Live at The Adrienne Arsht Center now topping the Billboard Charts.
Zipporah has been the feature singer for The American Heart Association annual Heart Walk Miami for several years kicking off each event with her spectacular rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner" now available for download. This trailblazer continues to set the bar and inspire future musicians by judging the annual Young Talent, Big Dreams Competition at The Miracle Playhouse located in Miami. Zipporah is not only an artist but she stands in a lane of her own as a mentor for many up and coming artists. Her unconventional live performance training takes each artist to another level.
Zipporah has been a special guest on The Ms. Dria Show and WMBM Gospel AM 1490 and performed for the historic event "Moonlight Street Naming Ceremony" held at The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center with the Multi Award Winning Director, Barry Jenkins and Writer, Tarel Alvin McCraney. Zipporah has also made history as the first African American Female Vocalist to sing at the The 7th Avenue Transit Village Theater also known as The Sandrell Rivers Theater/Audrey M. Edmondson.
Zipporah is currently laboring with her first official LP, which is set to release in 2019. She is also currently producing ENTOURAGE, an annual Artist Development Concert, where aspiring artists debut their artistry on a creative platform. Zipporah has been a busy bee as we can see. She, recently, collaborated a release entitled “Melt Away,” with Carlos Serio, a talented Miami artist and producer. The single is available via iTunes and other music outlets. Zipporah is embarking on new opportunities within the entertainment industry and is continuing to surpass the mark.
Zipporah’s concerns with her performances are focused on great reviews or commendation, but she intentionally sings to make a difference in people's lives. Her mandate is to inform the city of Miami and the world that “Your past does not define your future. Be your best self. The challenge is you. You are your own competition.”