UK/Nigerian artist Nonye Toria is back on the scene with a brand new studio release: "My Sister"
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Nonye Toria is back on the scene with a brand new studio release: "My Sister"
January 21 2022 - Nonye Toria is an Nigerian artist and songwriter who developed a unique sound. Her creative vision is incredibly broad, as the artist seamlessly blends the lines between styles as diverse as R&B, Pop, and Neo-Soul, only to mention a few. "My Sister" stands out as a really good example of her sound, and what makes this release special is the fact that the artist spared no efforts in making sure that this came out as the very best production that it could possibly be. Every detail, every second is on-point, creating an immersive experience from the moment you hit the play button.
If you are a fan of artists as diverse as Alicia Keys, Beyonce and Dua Lipa, this one is most definitely going to be something for you to check out. Nonye is on the way to a very fulfilling career, and if this song is any indication, this artist is most definitely one that you might want to keep track of!
Find out more about Nonye Toria, and do not miss out on "My Sister", which is now available on the web’s best digital music streaming services.
Victoria - Joy Nonye Okocha aka Nonye Toria was born and raised in Lagos although she is from a Royal Bloodline in Ubuluku town, Delta State Nigeria, till she left for England at age 13. Music has always been a part of her life since childhood, Nonye started in Sarafina Musical when she was in St Dominic’s Primary School, joined a Mo-Town band at East Berkshire College Langley, UK in 2006 where she performed covers from The Temptation, Johnny Cash and Old school Blues.
Nonye later went on to perform for the Queen of England 2008 from her performing Arts School, the musical she was performing at that time was called “GodSpell” and her number “Day by Day” was the Queen’s favorite. Later that year, Nonye also appeared in Britain’s largest soap opera “East enders”. Nonye appeared on a few episodes as well as a lot of musical productions and performed in quite a number of shows.
Coming back to Nigeria August 2011 was the best decision she could make; she was fresh, innovative and had a creative sense. She spent three months in Liberia working with IEDA Relief (International Emergency Development Agency) as she enjoys the Humanitarian services. Nonye Toria also worked with Dayo Israel GLEEHD Foundation creating youth empowerment programs for the local and national Nigerian government in affiliation with the UN.
Nonye Toria believes in the spirituality of music and its uses to heal the soul and to heal the earth.
Source Yellow Rhinestone Records
January 21, 2022 1:27am ET by Yellow Rhinestone Records