Australian R&B artist and songwriter Felicia Alima grew up in a family accustomed to art and music, (her father being a great influence as an avid guitarist and musician). Growing-up in Perth, Australia, she immersed herself in the Hip-Hop scene, where there was no doubt where her aspirations would take her. Moving to the USA in 2002, Alima pursued the art of mixtape DJing. After 4 years of releasing mixes she took the bold first step in a solo music career. In 2006, she released her first EP “The Way We Do”, which featured a song called “Leavin’ Here Tonight”. That song was picked-up by Perth radio station Nova 93.7, and she became the first unsigned artist with a song on regular commercial rotation. From there, she made three more releases; her debut album, “Know Me” in 2007, a maxi-single called “Trade” in 2009, which was on the human-trafficking epidemic and features Universal recording artist Chino XL, and a maxi-single called “Your Love” in 2013 which features Kev Brown and a remix version with Layzie Bone (Bone Thugs-n-Harmony). As a result, she has created a buzz on an international level, winning 7 Madison Area Music Association (MAMA) titles of “Urban/R&B Performer of The Year 2009”, “Urban/R&B Album of the Year 2009”, “Urban Artist of The Year 2008”, “Youth Vocalist of the Year 2008”, “Urban Artist of the Year 2007”, and “Urban Album of the Year 2007”. Alima also put in a collaborative effort as a featured artist that won “Compilation of the Year 2009″ for Bratfest Music Compilation, amongst being nominated in multiple categories throughout the years. She has also been nominated for a West Australian Music (WAM) award in 2011. Relocating back to Perth in 2010, Alima brings back her achievements, while continuing to pursue her passion for songwriting. Felicia Alima is promoted and distributed by her own entertainment company, Chantik Soul Entertainment.