Nakala shares the "First Time" with us

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Breakthrough South Coast based singer-songwriter Nakala spins a compelling personal narrative on every track that her honeyed voice graces. Dreamy synth-work and tight drums are her forté, with her signature amorous vibe setting her at the forefront of contemporary R&B. Taking influence from likes of Ne-Yo and Usher, Nakala has turned heads and caught ears across the musical spectrum, with her affinity and passion garnering the support from the likes of BBC Radio 1xtra and tastemaker heavyweights Majestic Casual who released standout track Do It Right.

 

Rising singer-songwriter Nakala spins a compelling personal narrative on every track that her honeyed voice graces. Her first single ‘Paris’ hit #3 on the Spotify UK Viral Chart and her debut EP ‘Owe It To You’ tallied over 6 million streams.

Nakala often writes about her relationship experiences and takes pride in being part of the LGBTQ community, other artists such as Young M.A, Tash Sultana and Tiffany Gooch have inspired her as a musician. Dreamy synth-work and tight drums are her forté, with her signature amorous vibe setting her at the forefront of contemporary R&B. Taking influence from likes of Ne-Yo and Usher, Nakala has turned heads and caught ears across the musical spectrum, with her affinity and passion garnering the support from the likes of BBC Radio 1xtra and tastemaker heavyweights Majestic Casual who released standout track ‘Do It Right‘.

Speaking about her brand-new single ‘First Time‘, she explains: “I wrote ‘First Time’ after I‘d been speaking to this girl for a while and the more I was getting to know her the more I started to like her. I guess I was nervous about making our first time perfect because I didn’t want it to be a one night thing. When you meet someone new there’s always the hope you’ll be better than the rest so that’s what I was going for.”

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