Zamar Yauw is a Bahamian born RnB artist who moved to the United States: Houston, Texas, when he was ten years of age. Gaining his musical ear from his father Bernard Pierre Sr., Zamar decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and pursue music professionally in 2012.
As part of his covenant with God, Zamar Yauw vowed to never curse or degrade women in his music and he continues to put the life and love back into the music we listen to today.
Zamar- Hebrew means |to make music|
Y.A.U.W.- acronym |You Are Ultimately Worthy|
“To make Music You are Ultimately Worthy”
In October 2020, Zamar despite the pandemic, released his freshman EP titled “Lover’s Blvd” with singles “Real Love” and “Social Freaks” produced by Hanky, and his latest release “Good One”.
Mr. Yauw is certainly making a name for himself, performing at notable places like The George R. Brown Convention Center, The Houston Improv, Warehouse live, House of Blues, San Luis Resort, even in Puerto Rico for “Taurus Takeover” at the Sheraton Hotel. His biggest fans, there from the beginning, cannot wait to see what the future has in store.