Two-time The JUNO Awards nominee & Western Canadian Music Awards Blues Artist of the Year, Ndidi O is a larger than life figure, a force of nature with a voice that sounds and feels like a long lost friend.
She has, to date, released five albums under her solo moniker, plus multiple singles as part of her trip-hop duo BOGA. She has toured nationally and internationally playing festivals and concert halls. Her songs have been featured in numerous television programs and commercial campaigns such as for GAP, Orange is the New Black, CW’s The Flash, Hulu’s Cloak & Dagger and most recently Netflix’s “Self Made: Inspired by the life of Madame C.J Walker” starring Octavia Spencer.
Hailing from the wilds of British Columbia, she found her voice in the “open mic" scene in New York, discovered her sound in the heart of Toronto’s blues and folk scene, fine tuned her live show across Europe, and has now finally settled for the moment back on the west coast where her latest album “These Days” was made. Although her style is often classified as jazz and blues, Onukwulu combines several musical genres in her songs including surf music, electric blues, gospel, and country.