Everything starts at a party in 2016.

Ambre, a singer who began practicing music from a young age meets Sophie Morello, a Parisian party organizer. Following a brief talk, there’s a spark of good vibes and the duo realize that they share similar music taste. Sophie invites Ambre to play as a DJ at her next party, “La kidnapping.”

With an audience of over 1,000 people, La Kidnapping is a big rave. It is this party that marks the beginning of Ambre’s DJ career.

She follows her La Kidnapping performance with appearances at different clubs in Paris and Brussels, constantly searching for ways to expand her music influence. Her main goal being to share her vibe all over the world and spur people into traveling through the power of music.

First forward to 2019, she makes it onto a huge festival lineup, plays at one of Africa’s biggest festivals, Nyegenyege in Jinja, Uganda, an amazing experience that led to her decision to play more festivals.

Her style is best described as an Afro-electronic trance and her performances are fused with stints of her voice dropped intermittently on the track, a gesture Ambre believes to be a nod to her singing career.

An Ambre set is characterized by hypnotizing melodies, Afro rhythms that resonate with the soul and it wouldn’t be far off to describe her performances as an original remedy for body and soul.

She’s the creative/organizer behind a new party, “La Pum Pum” which celebrates feminine power alongside fostering free dance and expression and we are here for all of it.

Find her Nyegenyege set https://m.soundcloud.com/ambreisata/nyege-nyege-live-set-2019

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