With a wealth of experience under her belt, it is no wonder that the stage is Martay’s second home. She is undeniably the most talented true performer there is. Not only is she a singer, performer and rapper, but she is a trained dancer too, which is ever present when she’s throwing down vocals on a live set.
With an energy that is both captivating and never ending she delights the crowd every time. With her incredible powerhouse vocals teamed with undeniable stage presence, Martay keeps the audience infatuated and the dance floor filled! Martay first broke into the music industry at the tender age of 13 when she signed her first major recording contract with Cooltempo, Chrysalis Records alongside music producer DBM. This was to be the starting block for her continued journey through the music industry. From playing lead roles in London West End shows such as The Lion King and Stomp, and performing at 2012 Olympics closing ceremony, to studio sessions for the likes of Dina Carroll, Heather Smalls, Kim Wilde and John Reid (Night Crawlers), Martay is one of London’s most paramount singers.
Her career has also seen her land a record deal as a solo artist with Riverhorse Records (Sony Music) and she continues to collaborate with top names in the music industry-Pioneering Dubstep and Grime Producer and DJ, MRK 1. And has penned several tracks with house music producer Lokate, (Black Butter Recorders, Armada and Sony ATV).
Martay has been with High On Heels since the beginning, being the original lyrist and vocalist adding her stunning vocals to DJ Miss Kelly Marie’s killer DJ sets. This relationship was the backbone to what later become High On Heels as we know it.
Martay has performed live with the crew in every conceivable setting and location you can imagine. From award ceremonies and brand launch events, festivals, club gigs and roof tops parties, to singing for luxury weddings and a singer for private yacht parties there is nowhere that Martay cannot entertain.
“I believe when you’re on that stage you should give it your all and never short change the audience.” Martay