She refers to herself as an “aggressive butterfly,” and cites revenge flick “Kill Bill” as her blueprint.
Fierce and feminine, she sees no contradiction. Make no mistake – Tracee Atanda-Owo, a Brooklyn-based singer born to Nigerian-Brazilian parents, and known by her surname, OWO, aims to save the world.
Today we are exclusively premiering her track “Life Sentence,” which was produced by Miles Felix. She shared:
It has an R&B pop feel, with horns outlining the sound. Lyrically, it’s about being a prisoner emotionally to the love you have for someone who isn’t good for you..and accepting it for what it is. Something that most people in love have gone through.
Listen to it below!