OURAA (also known as Deborah Osibodu) is known for her soulful pop-meets-Gospel-meets-RnB sound, showcasing her vibrant personality and positive energy through honest lyrics.
A vocals graduate from BIMM London, OURAA possesses such colourful, personable and bright stage presence that it’s easy to see why so many have fallen for her contagious and unique artistry – including BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Jamz Supernova, who recently played her track ‘Make a Wish’ to her UK-wide audience.
Her name, meaning ‘orange energy’, takes inspiration from the artist’s name (Deborah) and play on the word ‘aura’, as well as a nod to her favourite colour (bright and bold orange – hence the ‘O’), and influences her infectious, joyous and enthusiastic tracks.
OURAA, who describes her style as “a pic ‘n’ mix of different genres.; take a sweet from Gospel, Afro beats, one from jazz, another from pop, but it always works out pretty Gucci!” believes “consistency is key’” to her career and releases fresh music regularly.
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