Priscilla Angelique is a London based British singer songwriter, music producer, animator and academic. Influenced by jazz music and early hip hop culture she developed her style as a scat singer giving her a jazzy vocal and soulful vibe. She produces Soulful House, UK Garage and Nu Jazz among other styles of dance music as well as animated music videos and is known as an artist who produces all aspects of her work. She is the founding member of the group The Urbanists.
Her recent releases include the dance tracks You’ll Find Love Again and Hold Me Tight. Her soulful house single Aftershock showcases the more jazzy side of her vocals and Latin dance vibes can be heard in her single You Don’t Seem to Know. Her debut album Positive Digital is heavily jazz influenced and saturated with electro house beats and tech synths. It has been compared to the work of Joey Negro, Armando Gallop and Ron Trent Jr. DJ Lil Jon of Chicago’s 5 Magazine describes it as ‘tasty ear candy, and a refreshing change of pace in a watered down, cookie-cutter music industry’.
Collaborations include a dubstep/hip hop crossover track with Oakland CA artist Major D called Holla. What makes the track enjoyable, according to Noho Arts District reviewer David Mariam, is the ‘fusion of different influences’. Whether being compared to Jill Scott, Estelle or Erykah Badu she is forging her way through the underground music scene and is one to watch out for.
Priscilla was an original member of the UK’s breakdancing crew the Rock City Crew which was written about in the The North Will Rise Again by John Robb. The crew battled against the likes of drum and bass producer Goldie (West Side Crew and Bboys) and Take That member Jason Orange (Street Machine and Broken Glass Street Crew). She also appeared as a dancer in various dance TV shows such as Solid Soul and Dance Energy.