In the early 1990s Zeeteah had a major hit with Slide on the Rhythm, which rocketed to No. 1 on the American Billboard dance chart. She followed up with This is the Place and Sexual Prime, both of which were UK chart hits. In 1996, she went through to the UK final of the Eurovision Song Contest with A Little Love.
Over the years Zeeteah has shared the stage with some of the greatest musical artists of our time, including Robbie Williams, Johnny Hallyday, Phil Collins and Sting. She sang with Kim Wilde on Michael Jackson’s legendary Bad tour and toured the world with Tom Jones.
Zeeteah lives near London, where she plays regularly to packed houses. As well as many singles, she has released two albums of jazz: Juice in 2014 and Maybe Tomorrow in 2016. In 2020 she returned to her reggae roots and put together a new band.
Now Barbados-born Zeeteah Massiah returns to her Reggae roots. Her album “Wat A Ting“, which was released on November 18, 2022, contains 11 tracks . Zeeteah says: “This new album is a return to my reggae and dancehall roots, enriched with spicy flavours of jazz and soul. We’ve been working on it all year, and it’s great to be getting such an amazing response now that it’s out in the world. Every single song on it is very special to me.”