Zipporah Hayes, a Miami native, is an international artist, mother, motivator, and inspiration to many. Bridging the gap with no limits, cross cultural, deteriorating boundaries, and exhibiting absolute freedom, wherever her presence enters, her voice is a force to be reckoned with. With the vision and motive of changing the world, Zipporah expresses her most intimate moments in life through song. Bringing forth healing, restoration, and liberation, she connects and communicates with the souls of her audiences. Zipporah has a voice with the ability to relieve anyone listening, she carries her audience to a dimension where truth can be exposed and burdens lifted. Fearlessly, Zipporah is a lyricist that one must experience. She takes her harmonic, melodic, jazzy, R&B, gospel, and simply hypnotic eclectic vocal abilities and captures her audience desiring never to let them go. Zipporah Hayes is one of the top ten finalists of the nationwide Most Powerful Voices Gospel singing competition presented by the American Heart’s Association/American Stroke Association, GMC TV (Formerly the Gospel Music Channel), Roland Corporation and Light Records. An experienced & privileged singer/songwriter who has worked among South Florida’s Elite Producers and Pastors; Pastor Marc Cooper, Derrick ‘Bigg D’ Baker, A.J. Alexander, Bobby Stringer, Dr. N. Cindy Trimm, Pastor Amelia Scott, Pastor Debbie Leaky, Kathryn L. Roberts, Felicia Franklin, John Lester, Jay Wray, Craig Walden, and more. Zipporah also serves as an independent contractor for Ethnicity Models & Talent as an Assistant Casting Director alongside C.E.O and Casting Director LaShawnna Stanley. As a former Ingram Singer, student and affiliate of The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center in Miami, Charles R. Drew Middle School for the Performing Arts Alumni, Gallery of Miami summer jazz singer/employee, Showtime at the Apollo contestant, Gifted Talent Search Semi- Finalist, Music Director, and now Vocal Instructor at The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center, Zipporah stands in a category of her own.

A faithful member of Upper Room Ministries of Miami Gardens under the leadership of Pastor Marc Cooper and First Lady Joy Cooper, Zipporah finds joy in rendering service as a member of The Stellar award winning Miami Mass Choir. Gracing the Adrienne Arsht Center stage on Free Gospel Sundays as a member of the continuous featured Choir, The Miami Mass Choir also recently named as The number 1 Choir in South Florida, Zipporah finds joy in sharing her gift with this professional group of singers. Zipporah has been privileged to travel internationally with Dr. N. Cindy Trimm of Trimm International, imprinting her vocal marks in Bermuda, Trinidad, and parts of the United States of America. Zipporah has also shared the stage with main stream recording artists such as Nick Jonas, Yolanda Adams, Shirley Ceasar, Kurt Carr, and many others. Starring in local plays such as, “How You Livin” (Youthful story of a troubled teen) written and directed by Amelia L. Scott, performed in Bermuda, “I’m Single and I Need a Man” (based on a true story) written by Trenice Griffin, and most recent, “Does He Even Love Me” Written and Directed by Moses Washington has shown Zipporah can multi task various roles bringing them to life as she becomes the character. Zipporah’s drive and talent has opened the door for an introduction onto the big screen being a part of the cast of Robert Townsend’s most recent film “ Playin For Love”.