Nigerian-Australian Chanteuse, Vuche, Returns With 'No Yawa'
For her latest feat, Nigerian-Australian singer Vuche is back with an Amapiano love jam dubbed, “No Yawa.” Paying odes to the energy of the log drums, Vuche unpacks her emotions in this frenetic bop, extending her legacy as a vibrant songbird.
Vuche’s interest in music began a few years ago. Vuche is a fusion of Vivien and Uche, which are the singers first and middle names. Her interest in music began at an early stage, from singing in school events, Wedding events to singing in the church choir.
Over the Years she has developed this talent through a singer and vocal coach Diana Rouvas (The Voice, 2012) Vuche has worked with talented musical writers and producers such as KLEM, B'COLE and a few collaborations with other artists.
Vuche is an Afro-pop & Inspirational R&B singer who's music is inspired from her life in Africa, England and Australia.
Vuche's unique style of music is influenced by international artists such as Asa, Alicia keys, Whitney houston, STINO Music and Mali Music. In 2013, VUCHE teamed up with a talented group of young women on the inspirational music event EUPHORIA
Vuche is currently working on her YouTube channel where she can be able to express herself through music.
With her previous singles including her Fiokee-stringed duet dubbed, “My Baby” currently making the rounds, it is no doubt that with “No Yawa” Vuche is one step closer to stardom.
“No Yawa” is currently out across streaming services.
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