Way We Do EP
With the release of her debut EP, "The Way We Do", R&B artist and songwriter Felicia Alima took the bold first step in a solo career of absolute guarantee. The Australian-born, half Indonesian, half Czech beauty is undoubtedly the next big thing to represent Australian R&B. Growing up in a family accustomed to art and music, her father being a great influence as an avid guitarist and musician, there was no doubt where her aspirations would take her. Moving to the USA and creating a buzz on an international level, she recently won 2 MAMA (Madison Area Music Awards) for the Best R&B/Hip-Hop Album 2007 for her EP "The Way We Do", and won the title of the Best R&B/Hip-Hop Artist 2007. She was also nominated in the categories of the Best R&B/Hip-Hop Song 2007 and the Best Pop Artist 2007. Promoted and distributed by Felicia's own entertainment company, Chantik Soul Entertainment, (Chantik meaning "beautiful" in Bahasa Indonesia), her new EP, "The Way We Do" was officially released April 8th, 2006, both in the US, and Australia. Marketed by her own company, Felicia is able to create music that represents her heart and soul without having to compromise her artistic integrity. Representin' from down-under to the States, Felicia Alima is surely heading for stardom. MEDIA REVIEWS: "Those who think that the classic sound of sultry, soulful music has disappeared can find hope in the light at the end of the tunnel. That light is Felicia Alima... Fans that truly enjoy real music will appreciate Felicia Alima's lurid, yet slightly husky voice. Undoubtly, her album has something that anyone can relate to. Her music truly reflects hope, accomplishment, joy, love, and even pain. Felicia Alima had certainly set the standards for Australian R&B!" - Ya' Heard Magazine (CD REVIEW) August/September 2006 Issue "With a smooth alto tone and a subtle sultry energy in her delivery, Felicia Alima is a fresh new voice in local R&B. This debut EP [The Way We Do], featuring smooth R&B jams interwoven with a club remix, is a fantastic introduction to the voice of this Australian born diva. The harmonies are striking and delicate and the production is very tight and full, with acoustic guitars winding through full kick tones and techy snares." - Rick's Café (CD REVIEW) June 2006 Issue.