Friday, August 17, 2012



Amber started professional vocal training in 2007 at the age of 12 with Ilse Gous Music school. She performed at various venues arranged by the music school and also participated in the Goodhope Primary and Goodhope High school choir from 2007 to 2010.

She joined Helen o’ Grady Drama Academy and played small parts in a couple of student films. The dancing bug bit and in 2010 she joined a hip-hop school called “This is how we move”. 

In April 2011, she joined MTVS, entered Pick ‘n Pay Future Stars 2011 and came 1st in the one category and 2nd in the other 2 categories.

Recording Artist

Amber was referred to Pipeline Records in June 2011 and recorded 4 singles. Her hit single “One day at a Time” broke the record in Johannesburg for being number 1 for 7 weeks straight. She left Pipeline Records in December 2011 and is currently not signed to a record label.


"I am currently busy recording my first album. Once done with school, I would like to enter University and study music. I would also like to take my songwriting skills a bit further. My aim is to grow daily and become a well known, established local artist in South Africa as well as abroad."

learn more:!/amber.a.davis2!/pages/Amber-Davis/196011327140196


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