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Ostarè Dubois
CitizenshipUnited States

Ostarè is an American singer, songwriter, performer, life coach, author, and recording artist born in France. Her music focuses on themes of rebirth, growth, and healing. She aims to inspire, motivate, and heal women and children from suffering and emotional pain. With hit singles such as "God Loves a Woman" and "Show Em What You Got," Ostarè has gained widespread recognition and fame, resonating with a worldwide audience.[1][2]

Ostarè is a prominent figure in the music industry, known for her talent and resilience showcased in various stage performances. Notable collaborations include sharing the stage with Mickey Stevenson, acclaimed as the first A&R man in Motown music, and being influenced by Herbie Hancock, Courtney Love, Wayne Shorter, Corey Feldman, Kaya Jones from Pussycat Dolls, and creatives associated with the Jacksons. Her journey was shaped by encounters with influential personalities, leading to a profound transformation marked by a strengthened spiritual connection. This transformation facilitated collaborations with esteemed artists like Michael W. Smith and Michael Tait, orchestrated by the talented composer and singer Travis Cottrell with BBC.

Recent highlights include a memorable performance at Carnegie Hall, organized by the touring company “True North”, featuring a stellar lineup including Travis Cottrell, Steve Green, BBC, and an orchestra conducted by David Hamilton, titled “Savior”.

Ostarè has performed on various stages around the world, including Las Vegas and Hollywood, and her work has even landed on the top charts in the UK. She has been featured in magazines such as Vogue and Elle. Her music has received extensive radio play throughout the world, including hitting #1 on Radio Charts.[3]

Ostarè's ability to blend personal growth with professional achievements solidifies her status as a respected and influential figure in the music industry. Ostarè’s music plays on all the major streaming platforms such as Amazon Music, Apple Music, YouTube, Spotify, and iHeart.

Early life and education

Ostarè, born in France and raised in California, blends American and French influences in her music. Her training in songwriting, vocals, and keyboard has been complemented by her father's mentorship; he is a church minister who instilled in her the strength to overcome challenges, shaping her journey to expand from just a musician to a life coach focusing on healing the inner child.

She immersed herself in training and coaching others, volunteering to help many artists in Los Angeles transform their lives. Additionally, she earned a life coach certification from a world-renowned personal growth company in Los Angeles and participated in a Tony Robbins event where she walked on fire. Tony Robbins even brought her on stage to lead the dance at the event held in the convention center in Los Angeles.

Throughout her life, Ostarè found strength in her father's guidance and inspiration in Dave Ramsey's principles, earning certifications from FCM (Financial Coach Master Training) and becoming a life coach. With academic honors, she excelled in earning both a master's and associate degree. Her career spans from church performances to international stages, including national stages and appearances on the Jay Leno show.


After completing her formal music education, Ostarè started working in the entertainment industry, focusing on pop and dance music. Her dedication and charismatic nature quickly gained the attention of entertainment professionals who gave life to her vision.[4]

Ostarè underwent a significant event that prompted her to reassess the messages she was conveying to the world. As a result, she discovered her true self and the impact she wanted to have on the world. Following a traumatic car accident, she began exploring the use of music in healing, enlightenment, and resurrection. Her ultimate goal is to use music to heal the inner child and awaken the champion within, allowing individuals to express themselves freely. She uses her music to inspire, motivate and heal women and children who have suffered.

Ostarè achieved global recognition in 2021 with the release of her debut single, "God Loves a Woman," which was accompanied by a female-forward music video that resonated with audiences worldwide. The song gained her huge recognition and cemented her place as a rising star. In 2022, Ostarè followed up with the release of her hit single, "Show Em What You Got," which conveys a spiritual message about embracing one's authentic self and showing up unapologetically, regardless of physical appearance. The song is a powerful expression of her mission to inspire and empower others to become the best version of themselves. Ostarè’s other hit songs and albums include Pray, Healing Sounds, Deep Down, and Walls.[5]

As an emerging artist, Ostarè had a meteoric rise with substantial radio broadcasting and an explosive presence on streaming platforms. Her music is played on every populated continent in the world: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and India. She had four consecutive songs reach the top 10 on different charts, with her debut single "Show Em What You've Got" peaking at #1 on UK Radio Charts, Top 1 on Chicago radio charts RSD, and top 10 on American independent charts.[6]

Ostarè is also a Grammy advocate for LA Chapter District 28 and has volunteered as a coach for seven years at a personal growth company called Landmark Worldwide.


In addition to her music, Ostarè is also known for her philanthropic efforts. She donated 30 inches of her hair to a non-profit organization called Children With Hair Loss, which creates wigs for children with chronic illnesses at no cost to their parents.



  • Show’em What You’ve Got (2022)[7]
  • Deep Down (2022)
  • God Loves a Woman (2022)
  • Walls (2023)


  • Jingle Bells (2022)


  • Pray (2023)
  • Healing Sounds (2023)


In the media



  1. "Ostaré - Newcomerin rechnet im fantastisch neuen Clip mit 'Show 'Em What You Got' mit der Oberflächlichkeit der Menschen ab! (Video) [ R'n'B | Modern Pop ]". www.shewolf.eu (in Deutsch). 26 February 2022. Retrieved 26 May 2023.
  2. "Featured: Ostarè's new single "Show Em What You Got"". Just Fame. 16 February 2022. Retrieved 26 May 2023.
  3. "Artista nacida en Francia, Ostarè, busca transformar al público a través de su música en Estados Unidos". Perla Rico. 19 February 2022. Retrieved 26 May 2023.
  4. "Singer Songwriter Ostarè Releases Self Empowerment Anthem Show Em What You've Got". chilloutradio.com. Retrieved 26 May 2023.
  5. "Le hit de la semaine : "Show Em What You Got » par la star montante Ostarè – Indie Chronique". indiechronique.fr (in français). Retrieved 26 May 2023.
  6. Stories, Local (4 March 2022). "Rising Stars: Meet Ostarè - Voyage LA Magazine | LA City Guide". voyagela.com. Retrieved 26 May 2023.
  7. "Ostarè's New Single 'Show'em What You've Got' is a Healing Banger". Epistle News. 23 February 2022. Retrieved 26 May 2023.

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