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Poppy Ajudha

While she has remained secretive about her past, South London, England-based jazz, dance, and soul singer/songwriter Poppy Ajudha - born in the mid-1990s – has been slowly building a solo career as a jazz singer while also collaborating with various electronic and dance artists. Born to a British mother and St. Lucia-born father, she was raised in a household filled with music and latched onto jazz and rocksteady by the age of 5. Poppy Ajudha tapped into her creative side in her teens, writing poetry at the age of 16. She joined a youth club workshop and met like-minded musicians, forming a band shortly afterwards. Her first solo release was the 2015 digital single “David’s Song”. While working on her own material, she collaborated with a variety of dance and electronic artists including Gilles Peterson, Kojey Radical, Tom Misch, and others. Poppy Ajudha provided vocals on “Some Escape”, the 2016 single by Ben Hayes. She released her debut solo EP, Femme, in 2018, followed closely by the Patience EP later that year. She has released most of her music digitally including tracks such as “Love Falls Down”, “Tepid Soul”, “Weakness”, “Spilling into You”, and “The Man You Aim to Be”. In 2020, she collaborated with vocalist Mahalia on the single “Low Ride”, which has proven to be one of Poppy Ajudha’s most popular singles yet.

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