Birmingham Pride will be 25-26 May this year, hosted in The Gay Village, Birmingham. We’ve put together our top 5 emerging artists that we will definitely be checking out across the weekend!
ABISHA is a British alt-RnB singer-songwriter with an incredibly unique sound. Her tracks ‘All That’ and ‘Nothing Matters’ showcase the artists’ distinctive voice, and are racking up streams on Spotify. ABISHA’s potential is unlimited, and you should be sure to check her out at this year’s Birmingham Pride Festival at the Future Stage.
From Rugby, England, Emily Burns is a 24 year-old pop singer-songwriter who takes influence from artists such as Tove Lo and Kehlani. With millions of streams on Spotify on songs like ‘Friends Don’t Kiss Friends’ and ‘Test Drive,’ the songstress has so much potential and we can’t wait to see her blossom.
Kaiit, pronounced Ka-eet, is a 20 year-old Australian singer-songwriter with plenty of spunk. Her music invites you into her life, and gives listeners a first-person perspective of her experiences and thoughts. Her songs ‘OG Luv Kush pt.2’ and ‘Natural Woman’ showcase her dynamic voice and ability to transform personality into her music.
From Alice, South Africa, Nakhane is a 31 year-old singer with a rich history in pushing through adversity. His impressive voice and ability to transform the viewer experience from the stage makes him a must-see at the festival.
The London-born artist Paigey Cakey has a variety of talents, including singing, acting, rapping, and MC-ing. This artist exudes individualism, and we can’t wait to see her perform this year at the Future Stage.