Broadway actor of Guyanese descent Kira Divine (Shakira Marshall) is a new artist in the global dance music scene. A native of Queens, New York this versatile singer-songwriter, choreographer and dancer has over 20 years of professional experience and is known for her signature Afro-Soca dance style that created a global Caribbean trend. You may have seen her recently on tour and featured in Australian electronic band PNAU’s multi-platinum hits like “Chameleon” and “Go Bang” of which both earned nominations for ARIA awards and won. These popular festival anthems made Kira Divine highly sought after in the Australian EDM festival scene and synonymous with PNAU's new live shows performing at popular festivals such as: Splendour in The Grass, Field Day, Falls Festival, Listen Out, Beyond The Valley and more. Kira was also nominated for "Best Dance Song" ARIA with the trio and vocalist Marques Toliver for their 2019 anthem “Solid Gold”. She recently signed to Lab 78 (an independent record label of PNAU members Peter Mayes and Nick Littlemore) and is set to release her highly anticipated EP in 2022. You can check out her new single "Dance So Wildly" with The Boy of Many Colors streaming now on all platforms.
Kira also works very closely with Grammy award winning singer-songwriter Ms. Lauryn Hill as a choreographer, private dance instructor, featured dance soloist and sometimes background vocalist in her live shows including “Black Girls Rock” and “Diaspora Calling” streamed live on TIDAL. She most recently worked on The Fugees reunion show in New York. To learn more about Kira Divine you can download her full biography.