Press

Billboard

« …like Erikah Badu and Gill Scott, M Nahadr obviously knows how much jazz elements can do to enrich an R&B foundation, and she is certainly free-spirited in a way that most of the R&B singers who emerged in the 2000s are not. »

BBC
«M Nahadr studiously avoids the temptation to shoot for the scream queen antics that her multi-octave range would allow. Basically, she gets the theatre of song. »

John Murph – The Root
«… the performance artist M. Nahadr has a presence on stage that is hard to ignore and even harder to forget. Her powerful voice can be compared to Chaka Khan or Sandra St. Victor,and she has a knack for writing poignant, personal songs akin to those penned by Tracy Chapman, Nina Simone and Joan Armatrading.»

Newsday USA
« …A gothic diva ! »

Theatre guild of New York
« A force of nature!…Merge Mahalia Jackson with Nona Hendryx, stir in a dash of Laurie Anderson, mix in a Cirque du Soleil blender, and you come close to what M offers up in her performance piece – Madwoman… She is quite simply, beguilingly amazing !!! »

National Geographics
« M uses her experiences as an African-American woman with albinism in perfor- mances that explore human diversity and the idea of difference… »

All About Jazz
«M is an ululating torch poet whose tone shifts between lamentation and triumph with vocals seductive, defiant, visceral, at times overwhelmed by the music, but as formidable as any instrument…»

Maxim magazine
« Obviously, M is a Special Creature… »

De Vokskrant Magazine
« With her gigantic range of six octaves and a beautifully brilliant jazzy-blues voice, she brings back the Harlem Pre-War Experience to Holland. »

Rémy Kolpa Kopoul
« A stunning African-American voice, based in New York, familiar scenes of Broadway, but his incredible timbre of voice, jazz and soul, has amazed all who heard (including me, 2 years ago at the same Comedy Club). I invite her with great pleasure, on the initiative of Vincent. »

Aline Afanoukoe
« The one we like compare to Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Erikah Badu, Jill Scott Chaka Khan or, for that matter, she collaborated with Chaka Khan, with Maxwell, with Liza Minelli, Simply Red, Eric Bennett among others. »

Olivier Bonnefon
« A very contemporary musical project, or merge genres. An invitation to journey. Mem is at once classical and jazz, nu-soul. And also texts, very strong, very poetic. »

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