Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist
previously known as
threw herself into music from a young age, in school choirs and learning
jazz flute, piano and singing, which took her to BIMM London
for a degree in commercial vocal performance and a masters in songwriting
and production from Tileyard London.
Using music as an expressive art form,
RONA portrays her life experiences as songs with brutally honest lyrics
and captures the mood of each track perfectly. Her refined aesthetic seamlessly transfers into the visual realm with the accompanying cinematic, which plays out like a dystopian retro-futuristic feature film, that
is in equal parts grit and swagger.
has worked with producers across the world, drawing inspiration from every
connection made as she’s found music to be her true calling. Having previous success with
I Don’t Think I Love You.
Speaking on the release RONA
“I Don’t Think I Love You” is about being stuck in a relationship
through habit, with someone who doesn’t really appreciate you – reaching the point of realisation that you don’t love them anymore – so why are you doing this?
She plans to continue to test the waters and forge new musical heights with every new release but maintains a backbone of a soulful vocal ripe with emotion.