Born in West Africa from an Ivorian mother and a French father. Eva Sita became a war refugee while moving to Paris at only 10 years old. A few years later, against all odds, she became the first Ivorian woman in history to graduate from Berklee College of Music.
The singer-songwriter & beat-maker pays tribute to her roots through catchy pop music.The musician speaks and sings in three languages and accompanies herself on just as many instruments, one including the Kora, a traditional African string instrument.
This global artist won the “Golden Artistic Award” of the “International Revelation of the year of 2019” and was nominated for “the Best African Artist” at the African Talent Awards 2020 & 2021. She has made many National TV appearances in Ivory Coast. Her latest show was featured in Page 6 of the New York Post and her past work has been featured by many other household names such as the Boston Sun, E!News, E! entertainment, Life Magazine, Afrique Magazine, Vox Africa, RTI and many more. She is currently performing under residency at the Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, while teaching music for a non-profit in New York.