|Get Up On It|
|Turn The Lights Off|
Currently working on her first Music Video... Stay Tuned :)
To Introduce Victoria Anwuzia in simple words would not do her talent any justice. This Artist is no stranger to the studio or stage; she began performing at the age of six in her Parent’s Ministry, marched in the band and sang for the choir. At the age of twelve she began writing songs and performing for school talent shows where teachers and parents complimented her on her vocal skills and her stage presence. She experimented with different styles of music from jazz to pop and from soul to classical music and even rap.
She quickly realized that when she sang, it created a parallel world for her where she became the person she truly was. When asked what inspires her to sing, Victoria says, “Singing is a way of escapism, where I go to my own world and there are no boundaries in my emotions.". Through her high school years she began working on her own music; Music to change people’s thinking, music to uplift and music that inspires others.
Her style displays her lyrical skills as a rapper and melodic soulfulness as a singer. Victoria says, “Music is a way for me to express myself, it’s a way for me to make sense of what I go through and what other people go through.". With inspirations like, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Fela, Brian McKnight, Ella Fitzgerald, Lauren Hill, and Dognomite (producer), Victoria Anwuzia wanted to find a way to introduce a new sound to the industry; a form of pop “ Urban Pop”. With smashing hit singles such as “Get Up On It, “Turn The Lights Off”, and “Like A Butterfly”, Victoria would prove that she is a definition of true lyricism, charisma and energy, an experience like none other.
This new urban sensation is making a new buzz on an international scale from Europe to Africa to the United States. Victoria often says” Listening to my music is like picking from a bag of jelly beans, because I have so many different flavors you are bound to feel at least one of them”. Not to mention spontaneity along with a vocal element of surprise that has garnered her air play worldwide. Even with her hardships in life, in her words she explains “I believe music has helped me to persevere, it’s allowed me to push through and it has become a lifeline to me. I can only thank God for this great opportunity."