Her signature style, permeated by filin, bossa nova and rythm & blues, has organically followed the path of experimentation and vocal performance. Her way of assuming scat does not pursue classical forms, but rather plays with nuances, natural diction of her mother tongue and the melodic lines of the songs within the harmonic context. For her, the resources are infinite: she does not classify, but explores and exploits every creative anemotional moment she lives and translate it into songs.
On her performance at the Cuban Arts Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., to which she was invited in 2018, Down Beat magazine published:
..highlights includes singer Zule Guerra and her Quinteto Blues de Habana. Possessing a lustrous alto phrasing, Guerra recalled the sunny musicianship of Nnenna Freelon and Charenee Wade…”
In 2019 she received the title of Master of Music Contemporary Performance and Production by the prestigious Berklee College of Music .
With her most recent record production, El Viaje (Egrem, 2020), Zule launches a conceptual speech from her music that aligns with her most sincere images as an artist. Produced by Ernán López-Nussa, it is an album that speaks, im different ways, of her experienece, roots, idiosyncrasy, achievements, defeats and family, an important pillar in her life