Mixing electronic music and traditional West Indian music
Born in Paris, grew up in Guadeloupe, Celia Wa started playing music with the "Ka" (traditional West Indian percussion) at the great George Troupé's school, and then devoted herself to the flute. She made her first stage appearance at the age of 12 and never left it.
Back in Paris, she immersed herself in the Hip Hop culture, especially dance, which became her profession before she decided to return to music and released two EPs mixing electronic music and traditional West Indian music (Gwo ka).
Celia Wa plays Karibfutursound is a mix of Soul, Electro and Gwo-Ka with some jazz and hip-hop influences.