Prita performs at Loves

PUBLISHED: 16:32 28 June 2012



Loves Cafe

AUSTRALIAN singer Prita will be bringing her unique sound of hip-hop, soul and folk to a show at Loves Café on Friday.

With the use of her effortlessly funky urban harmonies, acoustic finger-picking guitar and beat boxing she is definitely a star on the rise. Prita’s songwriting is jazzy with her big soulful voice and she has been likened to KT Tunstall, Tracy Chapman and Norah Jones.

Prita’s success includes supporting Simply Red and Marcia Hines in front of 11,000 people and performing sold out shows with Ed Kowalczyk, Monique Brumby, and Paul Greene. She has played alongside The Waifs and John Butler at festivals around Australia and has also released four CDs, including Prita EP, Bootleg Live, After the Storm, and her debut album New Life.

Prita will perform at Loves Café, in West Street, on Friday at 9pm.

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