Nomi Yah

Nomi Yah

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Pop - General | Oakland, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 251   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Peaceful World

PEACEFUL WORLD was recorded in October 2001, a month after the events of September 11th. The project was a quick response to help the victims who...

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Singer-songwriter performs all instruments, produces and engineers her original songs. Song from CD featured on soundtrack Island Paradise. Guest...

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Eclectic commercial-sounding pop, catchy melodies. Singer-songwriter performs all instruments, produces and engineers her original songs. Debut full...

Peaceful World

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PEACEFUL WORLD was recorded in October 2001, a month after the events of September 11th. The project was a quick response to help the victims who were children. All profits from the sale of the CD go to UNICEF and was recently a participant in CD Baby’s lucrative fundraiser for Katrina Relief. The three songs are very different. The first song is "Peaceful World" by Nicole Milner is performed by the San Francisco Boys Chorus. Winner of UNICEF international song contest. The lyrics are the children asking for a peaceful world and the refrain is the word "please" in English, Spanish, French, Chinese and Russian. The second song is "91101" by Nomi Yah, an up-tempo pop ballad. The lyrics are about losing someone. Nomi Yah began writing the song on September 11th as she watched on TV the footage in New York and heard the announcer say "Ladies and gentleman, this isn't a movie, it's real." It is a. It has been played on KPFA in Berkeley, California, and CaboMil Radio in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. In December 2001, Nomi performed the song in a packed stadium in Mexico, dedicating it in Spanish to the Mexicans who lost their lives in the World Trade Center. Thousand of people lit lighters and sang along. The last song is "Talk Peace" by Nomi Yah and Xsample, from Jamaica, up-tempo pop dancehall. The lyrics are about negotiating instead of fighting. Radio play on KPFA. Tonos A&R Pick 2002.

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