Dark/Urban Pop perfect for the LGBTQIA+ community and all baddies!
With her raw lyrics and striking melodies Ramona Blue brings a feisty punch to pop music. Born in London, Ramona grew up surrounded by urban sounds and naturally incorporated them into her music. Being a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, Ramona wants others like herself to feel represented and heard within her music. With her rapidly expanding TikTok fanbase, her pro feminist and queer message is being heard and followed by thousands.
After gaining some success in fronting a punk band and working with the likes of NME, BBC Introducing and Underground, she gained great knowledge of the music industry and decided to branch out, ready to fill the gap that pop music is missing.
Q & A.
FOR THOSE THAT HAVEN’T HEARD OF YOU BEFORE, DESCRIBE YOUR SOUND IN ONE SENTENCE.
A lesbian princess, aiming to inspire and inject young queers with badass confidence.
The earliest inspiration was the Black Eyed Peas with their electronic pop era but mainly, most females in the game from Rihanna to Lana Del Rey to a recent love for Rico Nasty and BANKS. All women in the industry have inspired me in some way.
SHARE WITH US AN INTERESTING ANECDOTE ABOUT ONE OF YOUR SONGS.
I thought of the hook line of ‘Curious’ in the shower so I ran out completely soaked and wrote the entire song in the bathroom dripping wet and got a really bad cold after.
YOU ARE SENT TO MARS, NO CHECK-IN BAGGAGE, AND YOU CAN TAKE ONE RECORD – WHICH ONE?
“Ultraviolence” by Lana Del Rey
YOUR FAVOURITE MUSIC VENUE IN THE U.K.?
I always loved The Boileroom in Guildford because they were the venue that gave my previous project our first gigs and we always went back to it. Apart from that, the one that I love and would love to perform at would be 02 Academy Brixton because the vibes there are always immaculate.
WE ARE PROUDLY SUBCULTURE-INSPIRED. HOW ABOUT YOU?
I feel like I automatically am part of a subculture because of my sexuality and the scene in London being so open and free and evolving makes me feel like a part of something unique and iconic.