Apathy OUT NOW

Hi there, my new single Apathy is OUT NOW! It was premiered by Clash Magazine yesterday they casually gave me the quote of my life: “The Hackney riser has a deeply intelligent approach to songwriting, one that merges the personal and the political.” – Clash Magazine A few months ago I began to feel disillusioned with…

Have Mercy OUT NOW

Have Mercy the first single from Amahla’s sophomore EP is out now on all digital platforms. Read what she had to say below

Amahla Releases Demo of ‘River’

Today marks exactly one year since I released my debut single ‘Old Soul’. Over the last year i’ve released four singles, my debut EP and headlined The Roundhouse and St Pancras Old Church. This year has been an absolute whirlwind and I’m continually taken aback by the amount of love and support you give me. Today i’m…

Consider This OUT NOW

My debut EP ‘Consider This’ is now available for the world to hear. 1. Consider This 2. Old Soul3. River4. Dorothy’s Verses5. These Times I’ll Wait Listen Here Consider This Vocals: Amahla Old Soul Produced by: Nathan Johnson, Seymour Milton, Amahla  Guitar: Seymour Milton, JD JuanKeys: Amahla, Seymour MiltonHand Percussion: Amahla River Engineered by: Likkle…

Dorothy’s Verses premiered by Complex UK

“The song pieces together the truth of Amahla’s life through fragmented memories, brought to life with help from Amahla’s detailed and diligent songwriting” – Complex UK

Old Soul Acoustic – Out Now!

  So here we go again single number two.  A big thank you to everyone who has supported me so far. It’s so hard managing your passions with the practicalities of life. This song has opened doors for me that I hadn’t even thought possible. When i graduated university I said I would give myself…

“Old Soul” Makes FreshOnTheNet Favs

Set up by the wonderful musician and broadcaster Tom Robinson to support emerging acts, amahla recieved high praises from FreshonTheNet this week. The wonderful Fresh On The Net Blog reviewed over 150 tracks this week. Old soul made the top 10! Here were the lovely words by reviewer BBC Radio 2’s Matt Tusker  Amahla wears her influences…