Liberian singing sansation Nimba Burr was born in Nimba Country, Liberia (West Africa). She started singing and dancing at the tender age of five in her hometown of Display, Nimba County. Because of her phenomenal talent, and through the Instrumentality of her uncle George W.W. Tubman, she became a member of the Liberian National Cultural Troupe.
Within a short time, this young singing sensation was introduced to the world. She is likened to a nightingale because of her powerful and melodious voice. In the early 1970”s when James Brown visited Liberia, Nimba Burr was the opening act for the godfather of soul’s historic concert in Monrovia.
Nimba Burr has toured many countries and shared the stage with well known performing artists from the United States, Caribbean and Africa. During FESTAC celebrations in Nigeria, she shared the stage with Hugh Masekala and Miriam Makeba of South Africa, Calypso Rose of the West Indies, the great Stevie Wonder and various other artists.
In 1992, she released her solo album NIMBA TABLET. “Color Boy”, the number one cut from that album topped the charts in Liberia.
Here is the latest smash hit music video from her call Jingy….
For the past years, she has traveled in and out of the United States, appealing to all Liberians and friends of Liberia to assist in developing their country.