Misty Campbell began her professional career as “Brown Shuga” in 2005 while touring as a professional vocalist with reggae artist Tanya Stephens. With a sound as sweet as her name, Shuga is described as ‘the sweetest artist to merge from the shores of Jamaica’. Campaigning positivity through her self proclaimed ‘Sisterhood Empowerment’ movement, the singer embodies the style and grace from an Empress in this generation of reggae music. Performing from intimate to large scale audiences, her diligence led her to Penthouse Records where she met Donovan Germain in 2011 and signed to his label. Dropping the ‘Brown’ from her name, she became simply “Shuga”. Her rebel spirit along with positive messages, create music that is reflective and relatable.
“Shugah” adopted her moniker depicting the sweet sugary sound of her vocal ability. Her vast talent for singing and songwriting continues to grow her as an artist. She continues to share the stage among the most sought after reggae artists in the world. Her discography includes hits such as “Complicated Love”, “9.58”, “Give my sou to Jah”, “Ride the Riddim”, “Ebony” (2014 Black History Month tribute), “In Deh”, “I Trees Medley”, “Seal up again”, “Crime Scene (Johnny Dead)” and “Banana”. Over the years she has worked alongside renowned producers and musicians: Sly & Robbie, Boot Camp Records, Computer Paul Henton, Donovan Germain, Jah Snowcone, Riff Raff, Silky Walks Discotheque, and recently the Scrucialists.
Her experience has brought her to perform on many stages at many international festivals including the infamous Reggae Sumfest (Jamaica), Tribute to Bob Marley (European Tour), Reggae Festival (Curacao), Reggae Jam (Germany), Reeds Festival (Switzerland), Casalabate Music Festival (Italy), Yaam (Belgium), Reggae Geel (Belgium), Level the Vibes (Germany) and Rototom Sunsplash (Spain) to name a few. Shuga’s fans can expect a delivery of quality music in her upcoming album and soulful performances every time she touches the stage.