Zeeteah Massiah is a singer who is best known in the United States as the lead vocalist on the 1993 Arizona US No. 1 Billboard Dance Chart track "Slide On The Rhythm". She has worked, recorded and toured with artists including Michael Jackson, Tom Jones, Phil Collins and Michael Bolton. She is known nowadays by the mononym Zeeteah.
Zeeteah was born in Barbados and was raised in London, England. She moved to Cologne in 2001 and returned to London in 2012.
Born in Barbados, Zeeteah went to London when she was five years old. She recorded a cover of The Jackson 5's "We Got A Good Thing Going" in a reggae style. She went on to record several more reggae records, before deciding to change her music style.
Zeeteah's appeared as "Chiffon" in the hit musical Little Shop of Horrors in London.
She has been an additional vocalist for many renowned artists worldwide, including tours with Tom Jones, and Michael Bolton. In 1988 she toured with Kim Wilde on Michael Jackson's European leg of his "BAD" tour.
In 1993 she sang the vocals on the No.1 Hot Dance Music/Club Play (Arizona featuring Zeitia) with a song called "Slide On The Rhythm." The song was later remixed by the C&C Music Factory. She went on to record one other with Arizona, called "I Specialise In Love."
Shortly after working with "Arizona" she signed a deal with Virgin Records and released 2 singles: "Sexual Prime" and "This Is The Place," the latter charted on the UK Single Sales Charts. During her time with Virgin Records she also took part in the pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest in the United Kingdom in 1996. In the finals, the song "A Little Love" was voted number 3 by the viewers, the winner was Gina G.
Zeeteah moved to Germany in 2001. She has also toured extensively with Eikichi Yazawa, Japan's Rock God.
Zeeteah's name was spelled "Zetia" from birth but was legally changed and is now is spelt "Zeeteah".,
"I Specialise In Love" by "Arizona featuring Zeitia" reached number 74 in the UK Singles Chart on March 12, 1994.,
"This is The Place" by "Zeitia Massiah" reached number 62 in the UK single charts on September 24, 1994.