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Huntu Ku Mi

ARTIST INFO

Shamiro Anita is a 33-year-old Christian student from Curaçao, a beautiful Dutch island in the

Caribbean Sea. This young man is a dynamic songwriter, student of the University of Curacao.

He is finishing his Master’s degree in Business Administration.

Its main purpose is to glorify God by strengthening the Faith, Hope i Pas in the World through

its music, which contains mainly messages from the Word of God.

In 2011 he was awarded as one of the best songwriter by the Curaçao Musician Association for

his great efforts and achievements. Shamiro was recognized as the best Vocalist and Praise

Singer of the year 2012.

Their Achievements

Some of his achievements since he began his singing ministry only 3 years ago are as follows;

  • Third Finalist of the great CuraStars Song contest in Curaçao 2009/2010.

  • Much appreciated with More than 40 presentations in the year 2010.

  • The best song of the year 2011 in Curacao was his Cancion 'Move Tur Montaña' (= Mover Todas Las Montañas).

  • In 2011 he was awarded as one of the best songwriter by the Curaçao Musician Association.

  • His Great Concert 'Move Tur Mountain' (= "Move All Mountains") was awarded as the best concert of praise and adoration of the year 2011.

  • It had 2 successful concert with full in 2011, being the concert "Move All The Mountains and the Christmas concert entitled "A Night of Peace".

  • I participated in different concerts Curacao, Aruba, Bonaire, Holland, Medellin Colombia and with Ricardo Rodríguez in Expolit 2012.

  • Participating in the great singing competition "Immerse 2012" in Nashville USA, Shamiro achieved a place in the Top 5 of the best, as the third finalist.

  • His song "Un Brasa so mi Ke" (= "I Want Just An Abraso of You") was awarded as the best song of praise of the year 2012.

  • He won the award as the best praise singer of the year 2012.

  • He was awarded "The Male Vovalist of the Year 2012" (= the best vocalist of the year 2012).

  • He had very successful tours in Churches of Curaçao, Aruba, Bonaire, Holland and MedellinColombia.

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