Diane Nadia Adu-Gyamfi, better known by her stage name Moko, is a 23 year old soul singer from New Cross in London. Her childhood was built upon a foundation of soul, gospel and house records and she would spend her Sunday’s singing in church. A couple of years later she went to Goldsmiths University and moved on to bands. She rose to fame after featuring on the Chase & Status single “Count On Me“, which charted at number five in the UK Singles Chart and also appeared with the band on tour. Moko released her debut EP Black on MTA and Virgin EMI in October 2013. She has been compared to UK trip hop bands of the 1990s, with NME describing Moko’s music as “London’s answer to Massive Attack”.
Moko is making it happen. Her music was suggested for the SoundCheck by one of the cultivators of the Garden. Do you have an artist that you think deserves attention? Drop us a note with a link and why you think they should be featured at firstname.lastname@example.org
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