INSPIRE ME // Introducing.. ABISHA

Here at The Lucky Club, we are about all things fashion, music and youth culture. Kicking off our new series of interviews with inspiring young people, we've got an interview with ABISHA.

The south London based alt-R&B singer-songwriter has just graduated with a BA in Fashion Buying and Brand Management from Ravensbourne University. Multi-talented ABISHA has spent the last few years honing her sound and writing with legendary producer Mike Chapman (Blondie, FKA Twigs). Her first single 'All That' is an incredible alternative R&B slow burner, followed by the sultry and complicated track 'Project X'. Her third single 'Nothing Matters' is her most upbeat track yet, pushing the boundaries of the R&B genre with shapeshifting synths. You can listen to ABISHA, and watch her videos here.  

LUCKY: How would you describe your fashion style?

ABISHA: "I'd say my style is androgynous. Anything oversized. Black is my favourite colour! But when I go out I'll wear a bodysuit and high waisted pants - I just don't usually do dresses." 

LUCKY: What's one item of clothing you can't live without?

ABISHA: "A pair of high waisted black joggers - they're versatile and comfy." 

LUCKY: What's your fave item from our store?

ABISHA: "I love the black Thoughts T shirt! But I live in the Black Racer Tracksuit at the moment." 

LUCKY: Who would be your ideal music collaboration?

ABISHA: "A badass female artist. Probably Ama Lou, she's killing it right now. I love her song Tried Up." 

LUCKY: Would you rather: live without the internet or live without heating?

ABISHA: "haha, 100% without the internet - I can't deal with the cold! I'm known for always being cold, so that's easy." 

LUCKY: Can you let us in on your plans for 2019?

ABISHA: "Hopefully there's an album on the horizon, definitely new music. I'm just gonna work harder on crafting my sound, and I'm really looking forward to festival season 2019!" 

Watch this space. 

The Lucky Club // 2018. 

 


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