Deyah has covered more ground than the average 25-year-old. Childhood trauma, pain, suffering, addiction, loneliness, and more addiction. She has been found, lost and found again. She's spiralled, spent time in rehab (again) and then recovered. But now - she's healing, giving, and growing. There's health, there's love and there's optimism. You don't need to speak to her to know it. It's all right there, in her music.
Framed by a childhood spent half in Nigeria and the other half in the UK her music has gone from self-produced tracks in a home studio only 12 months ago to working with the UK's best production teams including: TEN BILLION DREAMS (recently No.2 with the Ghetts' album: Conflict of Interest), ASTRONOTE (Kendrick Lamar, Little Simz, SiR, Michael Kiwanuka, etc.) and mixer: NATHAN BODDY (Mura Masa, James Blake, London Grammar, PA SALIEU).
Late last year Deyah won the Welsh Music prize for her album: CARE CITY: and was presented it by Hollywood actor Michael Sheen and BBC Radio 1 DJ: Huw Stephens.
Her last single Ultimate Dinner Party got great support from BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, Annie Mac, Rickie, Melvin & Charlie, Jack Saunders, DJ Target, DJ Semtex, etc. as well as playlists including: NMF, Free Form, Fresh Finds: The Wave, Dazed, etc.