Quashani Bahd is a Zimbabwean born musician based in Australia. She rose to fame with her sensational music which revolves around reggae and the blues.
Bahd's music career was given a major boost by her love for philanthropy in 2010 when she performed at a number of functions such as the Oxfarm Concert for Refugees in 2010, Hope for Uganda 2010, Festival of Refugees (Act for Peace) 2011, Kingston for Human Rights 2011 and Sisters for Sisters 2011 to name a few.
Bahd did her debut album with an Australian-based music company Dub Vyze Sound in February 2011. She has since had the opportunity to work with some of Melbourne’s acclaimed resident reggae dancehall icons such as Chant Down Sound (More Fire) at the Mercat Cross Hotel, Sista Itations:Natty Sistren Sound (Pressure Drop) at the Laundry Bar & So Fire (I love Dancehall/Raggatronic) and DJ Pit: Pull Up Selector, adding some fresh dancehall to her repertoire.
She had the privilege of performing at the Africa Day Africa's Got Talent competition held in Australia to celebrate Collaborations.
Bahd has shared the stage with other reggae/dancehall musicians of different specialities. These include Elemente, Jabula , Ras JahKnow Band and Kundalila. Besides partnering with dancehall/reggea musicians, she has also shown her tremendous ability to merge her music into other genres through collaborations with other musical groups such as Melbourne outfit Kundalila (Acoustic /Acapella), Dub Vyze Sound (Reggae/ Dancehall), Ras JahKnow Band (Reggae), Irie (Reggae) , Blunt Paper Massive (Hip/Hop, Funk & Reggae) Jabula (African Community Choir) and Advent (Gospel Choir).
Besides the above mentioned, Bahd had also the opportunity to widen her expertise and sharpen her skills through a number of collaborations with other outfits such such as Zulu Flow Zion (Global Hip Hop Collective Presents: Melurn Mix Tape Volume 1) and Members of Royalty, upcoming album (Daily Rituals).