Born and raised in Northern Ireland, Naomi Campbell has made herself, and her music, known in Liverpool.
With an easy going, country-pop style of music, she brings a heap of Irish charm to the her performances.
When it comes to finding inspiration for her songwriting, Naomi said: “I get influenced by usual day-to-day things such as relationships, friends, family etc. However moving from the countryside in Ireland to the city in Liverpool has influenced my writing a lot so recently my songs have been a lot more about travelling and what I miss about being at home.”
Moving to Liverpool for Naomi, who was born and raised in County Tyrone, was an decision that the Irish singer hasn’t regretted.
She said: “It’s always been a very vibrant and musical city has a lot of Irish roots there which works well for me! I’m also a huge Beatles fan!”
Since an early age, Naomi has bee following her dream of becoming a musician. She said: “I’ve been performing as a singer ever since I was in primary school but I only performed my own original material for the first time in 2012.”
The support of her family have made all the difference when it comes to her music career. She said: “They are extremely supportive and even came from Ireland to my EP launch in Liverpool!”
Naomi released her EP, ‘Led by My Heart’, last year and the launch proved to be a huge success. The album contains four of Naomi’s original songs, all following her relaxed country style. The title track, ‘Led By My Heart’, was released as a music video this February. Check it out below and let us know what out think!
Naomi Campbell’s debut music video “Led By My Heart”
“I’ve always wanted to say I have my own music on iTunes. I’m most proud of Bye Bye Devil as it goes down well live and appears to be the most catchy. However the lyrics are also the most meaningful from all my songs!”
Take a listen to ‘Bye Bye Devil’ below, you can check out the rest of Naomi’s tracks on her Soundcloud page!
Naomi’s next live performance will be at Seven Zero One Bar & Base on Friday 29th April at 7.30pm. If you aren’t able to catch her performing tomorrow, Naomi performs in The Irish House, on Ranelagh Street opposite from Liverpool Central Station, every Monday and Wednesday from 3.30pm!
We recently reviewed another Irish singer-songwriter who performs at The Irish House on Monday’s 9pm-11pm – check out Karen Turley here!
Have you seen Naomi perofrming around Liverpool? Get in touch with us and let us know what you think of her music?