Zammy Oswald is a Afro-Rican jazz pianist and composer within the diverse independent music scene of Puerto Rico. His use of impressionist harmony, inventive interpretation of traditional jazz repertoire, and block chords are inspired by jazz musicians such as Bill Evans, Robert Glasper, and Dave Brubeck, although his sound also fuses various modalities of Black American Music. Zammy grew up in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, immersed in jazz and various contemporary keyboard styles by his uncle at a young age, and later experimenting with hip-hop-inspired beats in college. While receiving traditional training from his uncle, Zammy has played at many venues and events. Ultimately, his musical path led him to pursue jazz piano and Caribbean music at the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico. Zammy Oswald is now releasing his new single "Oasis" on July 23, 2021, before releasing his very first EP. He is both soulful and emotional, which is why his songs resonate on the whole spectrum of emotion, but always have a jubilant finale. His pathos is all about feeling full of gratitude, deep relaxation, encouraged, reminding listeners through his music, "Life is like a mountain, hard to climb, but once you get to the top the view is beautiful."