Singer Queen Bee, also known as Tamara Bertrand, was born in Haiti on November 11, 1986. She discovered a passion for music at a very young age, long before becoming aware of her talent. This passion began at the tender age of 8 years old, while accompanying her sisters during a musical event..
Her singing continued throughout her adolescent years. In 2000, at the age of 16 she joined a
musical group called "Esans Mizik." She chose the stage name "Queen", a nickname that comes from her father and teachers for her turbulent and rebellious character. A little later, she added the word "Bee" because of the word’s aggressive connotation. Queen Bee remained with the group for a year.
Queen Bee participated in several competitions which included "Konkou sings Nwel" of Telemax and "Ticket Max Academy". In 2005, she joined the musical group compass "Vibration", but this adventure lasted only seven months.
Queen Bee also expanded into the magical world of modeling. As a model under the direction of Phelicia Dell, for "Veve Collections", she has become known as one of the best in the
In 2007 Queen Bee’s talent was finally recognized by her audiences thanks to her participation on the album "Further" by the BIC group. The track "lem we w ..." was one of the most popular songs of that time. The album’s success allowed her to build a solid fan base, which continues to grow today.
Since then she has participated in many projects and has worked with many different artists such as Eud, DedKra-z, Mystic 703 RockFam, BIC, Belo, Konpa Kreyol, KLASS, and many others. She has been requested by several sponsors and show organizers including Ayiti Deploge, Havana Nights, Handzup Group, Rudy Nau & friends, Haiti Madness, Book Fair and Celebration of Creole months.
Today as a prelude to the upcoming release of her first solo album, Queen Bee provides music lovers and fans, four of her compositions on the site Reverbnation.com "If will," "Let it flow" "Dyalog moun fou" and "On top of the world".
Queen Bee is a singer-songwriter with many influences. These influences include her Haitian origins, R&B, Soul, Jazz. French, Creole and English. Her charm lies within her interpretation of these different genres. Her very moving voice melts, comforts and transports the listener elsewhere.
Hearing her sing evokes all kinds of emotions. Beginning with the first notes, it is evident that her voice is an extension of her soul, heart and entire body. As with most artist singing allows her to express her feelings, impressions, reflections, questions and experiences.