Nectar Woode

London based artist Nectar Woode is a 24-year-old singer-songwriter of Ghanaian and British descent. Citing influences such as Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu and D’Angelo, she’s the daughter of an amateur saxophonist father and artist/fashion-cutte mother, growing up in a very creative household before moving to London and immersing herself in a community of jazz musicians.

Nectar has worked with Bad Sounds (Arlo Parks, Rose Gray) for some tracks on her forthcoming ‘Nothing To Lose’ EP, set for release on 23rd February.
She has hosted her own Guest Hour on Foundation FM, as well as being named Jack Saunders’ Next Wave on his BBC Radio 1 Future Artists show twice. Further support has come from Giles Peterson, Craig Charles, Jess Izsatt, Sian Elero, Elton John and Zane Lowe. She recently found herself on a billboard in London’s Leicester Square after Spotify put her on the cover of their Fresh Finds playlist.