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Lornnah Stewart is a UK singer songwriter and dancer born in Sheffield South Yorkshire, grew up in South London and is now based in Manchester. She started dancing from the age of 8 but after a serious knee injury this slowed down her dance progress so she turned to writing songs from the age of 10. She persuaded her parents to let her record her first song in a studio at the age of 12. Although the track was passed to a top music exec by the engineer, her parents strongly felt it was best for her to focus all of her efforts in school.

After working as a backing singer for various different bands. Lornnah was approached by indie label "Zoom Records" which unfortunately went into administration. She went on to work with other indie labels such as Explosive Beats which she decided to leave to become an independent artist.


Present Day


Performing at various events, festivals and carnivals all over the UK such as Tramlines, Urban Fest and Sheffield Carnival, Lornnah has been working with writing for and collaborating with producers and other artists. She describes her sound as, contemporary R&B with an urban pop appeal, Dance, Dancehall and reggae

Having an admiration for those who she considers “all rounder’s” it’s no surprise some of her musical influences are Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Madonna, Prince, Bruno Mars, Neyo, Beyonce, Rhianna. Writers, performers, singer’s producers, dancers "The all rounder’s”. Other influences include Craig David, Aaliyah, Syd, Jorja Smith to name but a few.


In 2019 she was nominated for Best New Recording Artist and Best Breakthrough in the UK Entertainment Awards.


Having had her last single "Drop The Beat Down" do well in the UK and Europe she has released a new single "Lovin Life" written by Lornnah and the late DJ Sparks. She also signed a deal with music HMV to release her first EP (also entitled Lovin Life) as well as promoting and performing in their stores.

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