Picture the ultimate blend of Pop, R&B, Jazz, Soul and Hip Hop. Music that defies genre. Delivered with raw vocals and heartfelt emotion, Tamara Bubble creates timeless hits that will be around for years to come. Tamara has appeared in the Boston Globe and on NBC TV and is also the creator / host of her interactive TV show “U gon Get Got” and video podcast “Bubble On Deck”. She’s also opened for some major acts including Lil Mo, Joell Ortiz, Cassidy, Snootie Wild, Yo Gotti, Young Thug and more as well as performed at the A3C hip hop festival, iMusic Festival, Southport Spring Festival and Apollo Theatre . Her music has charted on the independent radio charts and the top 200 and she’s back with a brand new single “You Really Want Money” that’s sure to garner some mainstream buzz prior to releasing her highly anticipated project “Your Favorite Rapper is a Girl” later this year. Tune in and turn up … #BubbleOnDeck!
Tamara Bubble is now a Spotify “verified” artist and is also a six time All-Star Award nominee and winner of “Album of the Year” for her Living It Up (EP) as well as Underground Music Award nominee for “Female Rapper of the Year”.
“Tamara Bubble is refreshing. This creative vivacious artist grabs your attention. Nice vocals and good production will take her far, but her ability to rap and sing will take her further. A hybrid of hip hop, soul and jazz. All TB needs is a break and I’m sure it will manifest soon.” ~ 360 Magazine
“It seems as if there’s nothing she can’t do. She shows her versatility on this record by delivering confident rap vocals accompanied by an upbeat melodious hook that had me out of my seat doin’ some kinda Beyoncé dance” ~ NikkiSiixx.com Smaktastik Review
“Of course, Brooklyn is also the borough that gave rise to name like Foxy Brown, Lil Kim, and MC Lyte, so don’t think that Tamara Bubble is unable to switch the script and spit some bars. Tamara Bubble proves that Brooklyn is still a fertile hunting ground for talent. Singing, rapping, acting, and modeling, she is a quadruple threat.” ~ Popculturez.com Review
“This young lady is poised to take the game by storm with some serious pipes, a stunning range of timbre, and a domineering presence on stage. She is building quite the following as her performance game is beginning to build steam, the few tracks she has offered by way of her social networking sites display an unlimited range of style also. Get familiar … #ifuxwitit” ~ Mistah Sandman, New York State of Mind
NRN’s Song Rating:
1 – I only listened to it to write this review.
2 – It was okay.
3 – I would put it on my iPod.
4 – Why you ain’t famous yet?
Word Flow ♥♥♥♥♥
Towel Boy – Music Review – Sleepingbagstudios.ca
Not even remotely kidding here; Tamara is by far one of the most convincing voices you’ll hear on a microphone with the amount of confidence she puts into her delivery. This is a fine lady that certainly owns her sexuality and makes her presence known rapping sweetly through the sultry delivery on “Towel Boy.” It’s enough to send summer shorts crashing to the floor, believe me! Tamara keeps it uncomplicated and delivers these lines like a straight up list of expectations for the hot & wet nights to come.” Much credit to the production on this sweet-beat produced by @KrazyFigz, this combination of talent between the lyrics, mood, music, performance and production is pure pop perfection. I mean…if I’m just gonna spell it out, I’ll say it plain – male or female, this track will moisten ya! I think there’s a massive potential for this single to help Tamara Bubble break through based on how well it has all come together from every angle.
A3C [freestyle] – Music Review – ForeverLoud.com
Tamara Bubble went off in this freestyle. In less than a minute I went from not knowing who she was to truly becoming a fan. The track, produced by Mikey Fresh, is a cool twist on a Sade sample and until the beat drops I can’t imagine a flow that would be enough to take attention away from its smooth, encapsulating sound. Then Tamara Bubble came in and demanded we make room for her and I’m glad I did. With a flow clearly inspired by 80’s legends, she sounds everything but played out. Take a listen and see for yourself, but I think Tamara Bubble has that LOUD!!!
My Photographer Music Review – 360 Magazine
Tamara Bubble is sensational. A hybrid of jazz, rnb, contemporary and alternative. Good vocals, great lyrical content, top notch production and innovative instrumentation. Very reminiscent of Jill Scott but artist holds her own. Seems like an awesome placement for a Tyler Perry project or an urban McDonald’s TV commercial. Creativity, talent and marketability have landed this artist on our #360WatchList.
A3C | My Photographer – Music Review – Weszup.com
I recently became familiar with Tamara Bubble and INSTANTLY became a fan! My 1st introduction to her was actually a few hours ago to be honest. I ran across a CRAZYYY 51 second freestyle entitled “A3C” which I’m not sure if it correlates to the A3C festival, but I sure hope to see her there if it does! Tamara Bubble isn’t just a hip hop artist, she also has a very melodic soulful voice. It’s very seldom we get the opportunity to hear some one that is great at both Rapping and Singing, and Tamara is here to show us she can do it ALL. I hope to hear a lot more from this lady as I can see her making a big mark in the industry!