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Triana in 2019.
|Genres||Soul, jazz, acoustic|
|Labels||Hi-Tea Records, Counter Records, Ninja Tune|
|Associated acts||Bonobo, Flying Lotus, Breach|
Andreya Triana is a British singer and songwriter, Red Bull Music Academy alumna and MOBO nominated artist hailing from South East London, Her debut album, Lost Where I Belong released in September 2010 on London based record label Ninja Tune and featured singles such as ‘A Town Called Obsolete’, ‘Far Closer’ and the title track ‘Lost where I belong’. The album was produced by British musician, DJ Simon Green aka Bonobo. The album was later labelled as “Best Album of 2010” by Charles Aaron of Spin Magazine.
Triana’s second album, ‘Giants’ was released in May 2015 on Counter Records, and peaked at number 59 on the Official UK Albums Chart. The lead single from the album, ‘Gold’ expanded Triana’s fanbase and gained exposure after a string of television performances on ‘The One Show’ , ’The John Bishop Show’ , and ‘Later with Jools Holland’, the track was also featured in the 2020 Nissan Vera advert.
Andreya’s best known work features songs such as ‘Song For A Friend’, ‘Gold’ and “Woman’ which have featured in multiple TV and film pieces.
Triana’s third album ‘Life In Colour’ was released in May 2019 on Hi-Tea Records. Triana collaborated with multiple producers for Life in Colour, notably French Grammy nominated musician and DJ Dimitri Tikovoï who produced the majority of the album. The album was described as a “finger clicking, booty popping collection of summery joy” by Clash Magazine features the singles ‘Woman’ ‘Freedom’ and ‘Broke’.
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