Zeeteah Massiah was born in Barbados and subsequently grew up in London.
She’s been a singer for her whole life. She’s had an amazing and eclectic musical journey, that’s seen her both live and perform globally.
Zeeteah has performed with some of the world’s top artists (Robbie Williams, Tom Jones, Sting and JohnnyHallyday, to name but a few), had a number-one dance hit in America and has been in a major West End musical.
She’s currently collaborating mostly with her husband, Paul Caplin, producing music that’s been drawn from a wide variety of influences, such as reggae, dancehall, soul and jazz.
Paul himself is no stranger to the musical limelight either.
Caplin began his musical career in his early twenties in the New Romantic group ‘Animal Magnet’, and co-wrote their dance track, “Welcome to the Monkey House” in 1981. He left Animal Magnet to become the “mastermind” behind the 1980’s avant-garde pop project Haysi Fantayzee. The group disbanded after releasing an album that went gold and three hit singles. He then launched his own record label, “The Love Organization”, going on to have success with the artist, Marilyn, with whom he also co-wrote his hit songs.