If you’ve heard Wachira’s previous work, then you will not be disappointed. Her music is inspired by the things that are close to her heart – She sings about issues she faces as an African women living in the diaspora.
The album shows how versatile and diverse Wachira’s musical ability is. She effortlessly fuses African and western influence while still keeping a cohesive collection of tracks. Anywhere is a sweet track that has a warming quality that takes you back to a place of calm. The beautiful Africa jazzy melody is reminiscent to the style of Miriam Makeba and Yvonne Chaka. Sacred Heart is more bluesy and folk – with a more western vibe.
To learn more about Naomi Wachira, check out our interview here.
Drawing inspiration from artists such as Tracy Chapman and Miriam Makeba, she blends elements of African rhythm, American folk, and soul, offering her take on issues affecting society and telling her story as an African woman living in the diaspora. Her mission as an artist remains simple, to write music that is applicable to anyone regardless of their education, beliefs, or socio-economic status.