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Terra Naomi

Terra Naomi changed the independent music landscape when she posted a series of videos on YouTube in 2006, quickly building a global audience of millions and signing deals with Universal Music Publishing and Island Records.

The willing recipient of an unusual card, Terra’s journey has taken her across the globe, entertaining audiences from the US to Western Europe to Cape Town and Kashmir, performing for 8 people in a private home, 80,000 people at Wembley Stadium, and every size audience in between.

In 2014, Terra made the difficult decision to step away and examine her motives behind making music.

After two years of exploration, Terra has recommitted fully to her musical path, and is about to launch her most ambitious project to date—an Indiegogo campaign to fund her next album while also raising $1MM for charity, followed by the launch of her organization, THIRTY OVER THIRTY, an arts incubator for female creators over the age of 30. With the recommitment to music and re-launch of her career, 2016 looks to be Terra Naomi’s most exciting year yet. And it’s only the beginning.

You can find more about Terra at her website, help to fund her #helpyoufly campaign, her Facebook page, and you can access more of her music here or on SoundCloud. You’ll also find her (of course) on YouTube.

There’s also a brilliant article about her journey, by Ari Herstand (March 2016) right here.

Check out the new #helpyoufly video right here:

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