Lisa Oduor-Noah's who has spent most of her life singing, grew up listening to an eclectic mix of soul, rhumba, R&B and others genres. She says, “As soon as I knew I could, I would sing along to anything I could pick up and over time the love for music became even more deeply ingrained in me.”
She has been influenced by various musicians including Lauryn Hill, Jill Scott as well as Emily King and has worked alongside artists such as Neema Ntalel, Charles Righa, Kato Change and most recently performed at the recently concluded Blankets and Wine at 50 alongside Just a Band.
She has been described by Bottom-line Kenya, a young, silky-voiced artist with a lot of soul. She looks forward to performing a lot more and –possibly- surprising herself with the release of her own music.