Born and raised in bilingual Montreal to Burundian parents, Toronto-based singer Aiza is the quintessential 21st century Canadian pop artist. Her music is an equal blend of throwback R&B and fresh afro rhythms, while her explosive live performances abound with positive energy and charisma.
2019 was a largely successful and transformative year for Aiza: she was declared winner of the prestigious Allan Slaight JUNO Master class and named “Francophone Artist of the Year” at the 3rd annual Dynasty Gala Awards due to the critical success of her debut EP “Adieu.” Most recently, Aiza performed for World News Day in celebration of reputable journalism, alongside Grammy award-winner Macy Gray and Juno-winner, William Prince.
Aiza’s music has been placed on numerous TV series including Netflix’s Tuca & Bertie, CBC’s Kim’s Convenience and VH1’s To Catch a Beautician. Alongside her music career, Aiza is a seasoned actor; she recently landed a recurring principal role on Netflix’s upcoming original superhero series “Jupiter’s Legacy” as well as CBC’s hit sitcom “Workin’ Moms.”