Updated: Aug 4
Following her latest release "Call It Love" on May 28th, rising soul musician VEDA BLACK dominates the scene. Quickly making a name for herself the Peckham based artist gathers elements of classic soul, Hip Hop & 90’s RnB that fuses into a silky, alternative and soulful sound added with ruthless lyrics and a ‘take no prisoners” attitude.
VEDA BLACK (aka Corinne); a South East London based singer-producer and guitarist who creates music from her flat in Peckham. Raised by her mother, Annemarie, a dressmaker from Jamaica, was bought up to appreciate both her Caribbean roots and her power as a woman. With musical inspirations spanning from artists like Anderson .Paak, Pink Floyd, Donny Hathaway to Destiny’s Child; her music has been related to the likes of Hiatus Kayote and SZA.
With listeners all over the globe VEDA BLACK has accumulated over 22k on her most popular track "Thru the Mirror" from 2018. Since then she has released 3 major tracks including "Sugardaddy", "Jim Morrison" and the latest single "Call It Love" - a beautifully soulful track taken from her forthcoming EP. Veda Black is definitely one to watch!
"The young singer truly knows her stuff as she floats effortlessly over the head-nodding guitar-driven backdrop. Truly you can hear the Baduizm in her vocal style which is malleable and lush while the production definitely mirrors Anderson .Paak's R&B and hip-hop fused style." - EARMILK
"The artist's ability to capture bits of funk, lo-fi indie, and old school hip-hop make for an engaging joy-ride. She's got all the right pieces floating into place - the sound here is new and anachronistic all at once." - Indie Shuffle.