Discovered after a song she wrote for her GCSE music exam led to her being featured on ITV Daybreak, the Manchester girl has been working with one of the world’s most successful producers, John McLaughlin (Busted, 911, Westlife), who together with Dave Thomas (Echo And The Bunnymen) and Jud Mahoney (Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Chris Brown) are helping her realise her vision of what she wants her music to achieve.
Already tipped for stardom by everyone from The Guardian and The Independent to Mizz Magazine, The Times, Music Week, Shout, BBC Radio and The Huffington Post, Naomi is now stepping it up with the recording of her new album, with the first single, the incredible Rivers Run a calling card for what is going to be the record that pushes this young talent firmly into the mainstream. It’s only a matter of time.
“I absolutely love writing and have done since I was 13 years old. It s such an amazing experience going from sitting at a piano to taking what you’ve created into a studio, with all these electronic sounds coming out, I just love the journey of a song.
My proudest achievement so far has been playing at the Etihad Stadium as I’m a huge City fan, but when it comes down to it, I love the studio time, that whole process. I’d be doing it even if nobody ever heard any of it.”
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