The Journey

Why Azania created Singer Elite


About Azania Noah

"I am passionate about empowering singers to live out their dreams, hone their gifts, and learn how to market themselves to have more success in their music businesses." ~ Azania

Azania Noah is a highly experienced international singer and songwriter. Her passion for empowering other singers through Singer Elite comes from her desire for indie singers to gain vocal confidence and learn how to profit from the opportunities we now have to build a career and make a part-time or full-time living through music.

Originally from Sierra Leone, West Africa, this award-winning, multi-cultural artist was born and raised in the U.S. & in Switzerland. Azania Noah’s captivating voice, powerful energy and lovely charisma make her a phenomenal performer and a joy to see on stage. She has performed over 800 concerts around Europe, the U.S., Africa and in Asia. She is just as comfortable in major international music festivals, such as the Montreux Jazz Festival, as she is singing for Presidents and politicians such as the U.K.’s Tony Blair.

In Paris, she won first prize in the French T.V. competition “Graines de Star” which was the first French show similar to ‘American Idol’. She also recently featured on the famous TV show “The Voice” in France (TF1 TV) seen by over 8 million viewers internationally. As an avid songwriter as well, Azania’s lyrics are often enriched with uplifting and positive messages and her debut album, Rising, was inspired by the groovy old school soul and funk era, interlaced with jazz and pop.

An avid philanthropist, Azania is goodwill ambassador to the All As One Children’s Center and orphanage based in her home country, Sierra Leone in West Africa. Founded during the country’s civil war, since 1999 they have provided shelter, food, medical care  and schooling to over 3,000 of orphaned and destitute children in Sierra Leone.

Azania strives not only bring joy to the world through her own music, but she also is very passionate about helping others gain freedom, removing their fears and empowering them to use their God-given gifts to spread joy to others. “Everyone called to singing is born with a unique voice and it is our duty to share it.” - Azania Noah