NOA is one of pop/R&B’s best kept secrets and “an artist truly worth keeping your eyes on” (Ones to Watch).
The Dutch, Toronto born artist has spent the last two years creating an incredibly addictive catalogue of songs that the world is just starting to get a taste of. Her music blends vibrant, catchy melodies with resonant emotional themes — from relationships to female empowerment and self-realization. All the while, NOA’s artistic voice maintains a fun,
lighthearted velvety tone that helps lift her fans above the noise and negativity of everyday life.
NOA was on Season 2 of CTV’s The Launch where she worked with Ryan Tedder (One Republic) and Scott Borchetta (Big Machine Records). She has been featured in some of the most-read publications in the world such as Rolling Stone, Ones to Watch and Earmilk and has made appearances on SIRIUS XM and Global News ’The Morning Show’ where they named her “one of the fastest rising stars in music”. NOA has already been featured on numerous Spotify editorial playlists including New Music Friday NL, New Music Friday Canada, Fresh Finds, Chill Hits (over 5 million followers), and Weekend Hangouts (1 million followers) to name a few. Her debut single ‘Caught Up’ hit the iTunes top 200 Pop Charts in the Netherlands landing at number 98 and was featured on Spotify’s Denmark’s viral 50 playlist. In the short span of only half a year NOA has garnered over 1.5 million streams on Spotify and is averaging more than 100,000 monthly listeners; building an incredible loyal following in the United States, Canada and Europe.
NOA’s fans have followed her to sold out shows, from Toronto’s Drake Hotel to Los Angeles’ Hotel Cafe. It’s undoubtedly true that NOA’s live shows are infectious and will have you singing her hooks for the rest of the week. After a year in Los Angeles, writing a song a day and spending more hours at the studio than at home, the 23 year old songstress is ready to keep sharing her voice with the world.
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