We wouldn’t have Name 3 Songs without the musicians, so it’s time to hear their point of view. For our first rendition of this new artist interview series, we’re joined by South London-based Poppy Ajudha.
Poppy’s music is best described as a blend of Soul, R&B, Jazz and Pop with a heavy focus on feminist messages. She joins us to discuss her debut album The Power in Us, a gorgeous album that dives deep into feminist topics.
Tune in for an in-depth discussion about feminist values, pop music, tabloid culture and a peak into the mind of one of London’s most exciting new artists. If you want to get to know Poppy more you can follow her on social media: Instagram – Twitter – Facebook – TikTok or check out her own podcast Strong Woman: The Podcast.
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