Kenyan-born British musician Myra Mwang’ombe and Beth Wyn-Jones from Wales are celebrating winning Vodafone’s Future Breakers monthly competition as part of singer-songwriting duo Luna Rae.
Winning the competition has given the unsigned 20 year olds, who first met at Bath Spa University whilst studying Commercial Music, a fantastic platform to launch their budding music careers.
The Future Breakers initiative, launched this year as part of the Vodafone Big Top 40 partnership with Global, offers Luna Rae the money-can’t-buy chance to record and produce their single ‘Running for You’ with industry professionals, as well as having the live session broadcast online with the Vodafone Big Top 40.
Luna Rae’s sound can be described as RnB influenced Electronic Pop that features Beth and Myra’s flawless harmonies and vocals. With inspirations from the likes of Beyoncé, Rhianna and Michael Jackson, the girls hope this will be a stepping stone to something bigger and they are planning an EP release in the summer.
The pair now stands a chance to perform at Capital Summertime Ball with Vodafone in London Wembley Stadium on 11th of June.
To get Luna Rae one step closer to taking the stage in front of thousands, head to:
If you’re voting from outside of UK, use NR20 3SS as the Postcode.