Unearthed, is the long-awaited debut album from Carla Diamond, considered to be one of the best female vocalists to ever come out of South Africa . She was born in the rough landscape of the Cape Flats in Cape Town and before she met us she'd been hustling to get an album release for several years. She's got the kind of prolific songwriting ability that puts her amongst the heavyweights in her class- we're talking the likes of Jill Scott, Anita Baker, Lauryn Hill, Alicia Keys, Sade, etc. In fact many in the African industry refer to her as "Africa's answer to Jill Scott". Carla is a living example of the result of the struggle that comes from an area like the Cape Flats - the real deal. The album is deep and emotional, it confronts life's struggle and challenges and through this musical journey you will see why she is considered as a strong role model for young African women. The album was recorded in Germany and South Africa, utilizing the production skills of Enno Kremser and mixing skills of Rob Brinkworth. It features African hip hop heavy weight Metaphysics and prolific Zimbabwean reggae legend Laygwan Sharkie.