West London singer Naomi Banks has released a new love single called “Moving On”, which she describes as “the first one I wrote after ending a 3 year relationship. It means a lot to me as I wrote it alongside the 3 guys who have helped me through every tough time I’ve had over the past few years“.
Her debut track “Enough” is an electro pop, while her latest song is a chilled classic UK R&B track. We can see that Naomi is very eclectic because she is changing her styles and trying every musical genre. I believe she is trying to walk her own path, try everything she can and see how the public responds to each proposition.
Naomi enjoys and thrives in studio sessions just as much as in live shows, as she has several sold out London shows, she worked with one of my personal favourites Celeste and Rachel Chinouriri before lockdown, and has also worked with the likes of Laura Mvula, Lianne La Havas and Keane.
With her forthcoming EP Meeting Again soon to be released, she comes with acclaim from the media including Clash Magazine, who describe her as “A sonorous vocal so sensual in its approach, and emotive in its lingering aftermath“, Complex who say she is “ultra-stylish and seductive R&B“, and Notion Magazine.
Listen to “Moving On” below: