Five Minutes With: Montréal RnB Singer NÉHÉMIE

NÉHÉMIE fuses moving softness, velvety lightness and a touch of avant-garde and mystery in a unique style. Her sound is an amalgamation of RnB, Neo Soul, Jazz, and Trap Hip Hop, creating a secure haven for exploration, creativity, and healing. Growing up in a musical household, she translated her love for music into crafting captivating remixes of her favourite tracks on Instagram, quickly building a dedicated following. At just 23, Néhémie is making waves in the music industry, with her debut single ‘Over’ reaching 10,000+ views on YouTube. ‘Insane,’ released a few months later, received regional radio airplay and featured on Global News’ ‘It Was Captured.’ In 2022, ‘Pull Up’ garnered 20,000+ YouTube views. These achievements led to performances at venues like Club Soda and Le Ministère, as well as an appearance on Natyf TV’s ‘Keke’ show. With the backing of the Canadian Council of the Arts, Néhémie is set to release more music in 2024, continuing her journey to inspire and heal through her heartfelt lyrics and velvety tones.








# of Albums:

5 singles, no albums for now

Latest Single:


Latest Video:

Favourite musician growing up:


Favourite musician now:

Jhené Aiko

Guilty pleasure song:

Party by Beyoncé

Live show ritual:

Praying and taking deep breaths

Favourite local musician:


EP or LP?


Early bird or night owl?

Night owl trying to become an early bird

Road or studio?


Any shows or albums coming up?

Just released a new single “Green” and a music video. Currently working on my debut project for early 2024.

Where can we follow you?



Rapid Fire Local Questions:

What is your favourite local restaurant?


What is your favourite street in your city and why?

Probably Sherbrooke Street, it’s nice and wide, has beautiful buildings and some of Montreal’s best stores and attractions. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is on this street and that’s one of my favourite places in the city.

What is your favourite park in your city and why?

Parc de l’île Lebel, it’s next to the St-Lawrence River and has so much greenery! It’s the perfect place for peace and calm. I also had some of my favourite memories in this park!

What is your favourite music venue in your city?

Club Soda, it’s the first venue I performed in.

What is your favourite music store in your city?

I don’t have a favourite music store yet but I want to start buying more physical copies of music, so tbd!


About Emilea Semancik 69 Articles
Emilea Semancik was born in North Vancouver. Emilea has always always wanted to work as a freelance writer and currently writes for the Vancouver Guardian. Taking influence from journalism culture surrounding the great and late Anthony Bourdain, she is a recipe author working towards publishing her own series of books. You can find her food blog on Instagram: