R&B, soul & Britpop
As a kid, Connie Constance often felt like an outsider: growing up in a town north of London she was the only one in her area with Nigerian-British roots.
That struggle with her identity now seeps into her special sound. For example, on the first single of her upcoming debut album, a cover of English Rose by The Jam. “I want to redefine the meaning of the English Rose, show that it can mean anything in such a diverse country,” she says. Her mix of R&B, soul and unmistakably British indie appealed to the press: PAPER, The FADER and i-D, among other things, tipped her as an upcoming talent.