Wales, UK

Last updated: April 14, 2023

Eädyth is fast becoming a household name to listeners of BBC Wales and BBC Radio Cymru due to her unique electro soul sound and bilingual lyricism. Over the past two years, Eädyth has been part of both the BBC Horizons and Forté Project talent development schemes, proving further how invested the Welsh music industry is in her journey to become one of our freshest current artists.

Fans of Solange and Abi Oca will revel in the warmth of Eädyth’s soulful, soaring vocals, whilst fans of Massive Attack and Burial will enjoy the combination of fractured beats with dark and ominous production.
In 2020 she has received airtime from KISS FM and BBC Radio 1 and throughout 2020 Eädyth has continued to power through lockdown and has released various self produced singles and collaborations and had also had the opportunity to work with cardiff’s all female MOBO collective, Ladies of Rage on an all-Black female album Harddwch Du Eädyth also worked with Theatre director Izzy Rabey on Wales first RnB/hiphop/Soul bilingual EP Mas o Ma. At the end of 2020 Eadyth won the Triskel award, awarded by the Welsh Music Prize and funded by help musicians.

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Global Network for Women Music Producers

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