AMORA The Godmother (a.k.a. The Spiritual Girl) has enhanced her vision and strategized the Tru Skool Takeover in entertainment. This soulful siren is known to be a pioneer in the industry for her RAP-singing fusion style, intertwining many genres seemlessly into one catchy commercial sound. For this Artist/CEO, Hip-Hop is at the center of her musical universe and her multitude of voices puts her at the top of the game. AMORA’s “On and On” featuring remixes from some of the hottest DJ’s and Producers on Earth is leading up to her major debut album," THE GODMOTHER". This “Diamond in the Rough” demonstrates the strength of a courageous multi-cultural femcee who is driven by a mission to unite the people of the world, balance the battle of the sexes and stand as a respected female not to be underestimated.
AMORA has spent many years honing her vision and craft as a HipHop/Rock/R & B/Dance Recording Artist. Carefully strategizing her level of exposure as a creative entertainer, and known for her energetic and spontaneous personality, she has earned respect in the game. Born and raised in Middletown, CT and living over a decade in NYC, she has performed in over 400 shows in NYC, LA, Chicago, and throughout the Northeast. She has been featured on OPRAH, SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO, and appeared on various major media/regional/local television programs. In September 1999 she self-released her 1st demo entitled "AMORA", April 2006 her debut album, “PLATINUM HEART” was released independently by Heiros Gamos Entertainment, a company she founded in 2001. In November 2008 she released, "THE SPIRITUAL GIRL", as a follow-up to her single release in January and video release in April 2008 for "So Unexpected". Her music can be found on iTunes and CD Baby, as well as over 80 internet music sites, and on satellite/major/internet/ college radio. She is a Voting Member in The Recording Academy, an affiliate of S.E.S.A.C. (AngelicA.L. Worx Publishing), the Creator of Rise of the Independents, 2010's Film Industry Mixer Music Director and organizer of CT River Music Fest.
AMORA has proven to be a charitable champion of the people. What makes her successful is experience on both sides of the desk, having worked in A&R for DEF JAM, promotions for Universal Music Group and with many other corporate and independent entertainment organizations. She has promoted events for Eminem, Shady Records, Shade 45, Slaughterhouse, Tony Touch, DJ Premier, Just Blaze, B-Real of Cypress Hill, Funkmaster Flex, Ice-T, DJ Kool Herc, and M.O.P.
"She is respected from the streets to the boardroom. She’s a strong benevolent leader who cares for the children and brings together people from many diverse cultures to demonstrate faith in The United States of America. She is like her historically famous grandfather, Max Corvo, who was a published author, civil rights activist, entrepreneur and Head of Operations for the O.S.S. in Italy during WWII - whose strategic plan was responsible for capturing Mussolini. Raised in a creative political-military family and known for her strong integrity, it is certain this talented and magical woman is on her way to wonderful success..."