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Singer-songwriter Tamtam grew up in Saudi Arabia from her birth until she was 13 years old. Throughout her teenage years, she was relocated to California for school because her parents believed seeing the world through a different lens was important. Having discovered her love of singing at the age of 11, Tamtam took the opportunity to move and channeled all her learning experience into her biggest venture, music. She got her start in music on YouTube with her first ever single “Little Girl.” At the advice of friends and family, she blurred out the video so you couldn’t see her face for fear of backlash from people who knew her in Saudi. This inspired her second single “Gender Game.” The EP Gender Game was released in October 2014, and it wasn’t long before the title single gained recognition. Contacted by Geena Davis to support at three of her non-profit events, along with An Upworthy article with over 80k shares from March 2015, it was clear Tamtam had made her first big mark on her path in the music industry. From there, Tamtam was able to truly launch herself into the world of music. She released her single “We’ve Got Wings” in late 2015 to help promote a Saudi breast cancer awareness organization founded by Princess Reema bint Bandar, and has been promoting it ever since. She has released her next big singles “Hollywood No” & “Hiding” In preparation for her forthcoming EP — set to be released this year. Tamtam’s official single & title track from the EP “Identify Myself” will be out soon. Tamtam uses her message of love and acceptance to promote gender equality along with other humanitarian and egalitarian efforts all over the world, especially in her home country of Saudi Arabia where movement towards gender equality is beginning to take off. She is dedicated to using her music to promote these positive messages to young women and men around the world while sharing her own experiences through her art.