From Predicting the Future to Reuniting With Lost Loved Ones, Zingara Channels a Life of Phenomena in “The Code of Dreamz”

If music is a lens into an artist's mind, Zingara's debut album is a portal to her conscious, subconscious and what exists in between. The Code of Dreamz sonically translates a life of peculiar occurrences.

"There was a huge tsunami and earthquake that hit Japan…" Zingara tells "It’s one of the biggest in history. The night before it happened—I was a kid and didn’t know how to spell 'tsunami'—I had a dream with the ocean and saw it. I basically lived through it from a woman’s perspective. I woke up and thought, 'That felt really real. What the frick was that?'"

"I went online and a giant tsunami had just hit Japan."

Zingara claims her vision relating to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami—the most powerful earthquake in Japan’s history and the fourth most powerful earthquake recorded in human history—was among her early foresight of future events, including the deaths of loved ones.

“I never know what to say because before it happens you sound crazy and you sound crazier when it does happen,” Zingara says. “So I just write it down and keep note of it.”