Who’s that girl: One of our fastest rising indie-electronic singer-songwriters who became the first local female artiste to sign a multi-rights deal with Universal Music Singapore last year. How
the 22-year-old describes her own sound? “Electronic crying music.” How we describe it? Think millennial-age Dido.
Know her ’cos: She’s Singapore’s next big global music export – and it’s not just the over 10 million plays her song Sticky Leaves has clocked on Spotify. Post-Universal deal, she became the first local act to be signed to the North American-based Nettwerk Music Group, which introduced the likes of Coldplay and Sarah McLachlan to the US and will represent her Stateside.
What’s next for 2017: Having launched her five-track debut EP Paris 12 last September, she’s been on a whirlwind tour that included stops in Europe, South Korea and Australia, before wrapping up here at the Neon Lights Festival. The world domination continues later this year with more tour dates to come.
This story first appeared in Female’s February 2017 issue.
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