First Look: Naomi – Take Back The Power (GBX Remix)
A few months ago we reviewed Naomi’s breakthrough video for the track “Take Back The Power” and thought it couldn’t get any better. What we learned is that, while it can’t get any better, it can be taken to new spaces in the audio realm that is every bit as good but for different reasons. And that is what the GBX remix for “Take Back The Power” does.
The remix gives a new and groove-laced depth to an already powerful beat and rhythm while delivering a different take on the already hook-centric melody that is the signature of the song without diluting the original feel or heart.
19 year old Singer/Songwriter Naomi (formerly known as ‘Caleidra’) first appeared on TV after a song she wrote for her GCSE music exam led to her being featured on ITV Daybreak and Granada Reports, and in UK National newspapers who described her as: ‘Musically gifted’ (The Independent) ‘A grade A hit’ (The Metro) ‘A bright future ahead’ (The Times) ‘Something special’ (The Guardian) ‘Gifted Teenager’ (Indie Music Mag) ‘She looks like a pop star, she sounds like a pop star’ (ITV) ‘Brilliant! Absolutely Brilliant!’ (BBC Radio) ‘Teen Star’ (Mizz Magazine) ‘Talented Songwriter’ (Music Week) as well as Huffington Post, Manchester Evening News and Oldham Chronicle.
She was spotted on TV by one of the world’s most successful producers, John McLaughlin (Busted, 911, Westlife), who together with Dave Thomas and Jud Mahoney (Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Chris Brown) went on to produce her first 4 track EP ‘Another Day’ written by Naomi.
In 2014, Naomi signed a publishing deal with A&G Songs and the song ‘Start Again’ which Naomi wrote and performed was selected by the UK company ‘Talk Talk’ for their UK Home & Broadband marketing campaign across television, radio and online media.
She has performed live on BBC Radio Manchester & BBC Radio Sheffield and played over 52 concerts to over 15,000 youngsters, twice playing The Etihad Stadium in Manchester, to over 7000 people at the Oldham festival and at ‘G in the Park’ and the West End Festival in Scotland. On top of all that, Naomi currently hosts her own radio show every Saturday on North Manchester 106.6 FM.
SOURCE: Official Bio