From her bio:
“Brazilian born Sara Silveira moved to England at aged 5 growing up in Oxfordshire.
Sara began writing at the age of 12 after a block of piano lessons inspired a passion that would lead to her furthering her musical studies at Diploma and then Higher level. It was while studying Sara was contacted her about becoming a part of girl group ‘Espree’.
Sara supported Jeffrey Daniel on his ‘Riding on a Soul Train’ Tour and UK R’n'B/Soul Singer Lemar whilst continuing her studies, now at the prestigious ‘Institute of Contemporary Music Performance’ where Sara won a scholarship along with 2 other people, one being chart singer Loick Essien.
Fast forward to 2012 and Sara embarks on the release of her debut album which boast production from Skitz Beatz (Dizzee Rascal, Rolldeep, V V Brown and Tinchy Stryder) and after featuring on ‘Be Like Me’ which had guests including Snoop Dogg, D Double E & Professor Green, only time will tell what is next.”
Pretty tasty stuff, I think you’ll agree. Sara is currently working with grime producer (and friend of Threefold) Skitz Beatz – a prolific soundman who made his name in the Grime scene with classics like ‘Battle Riddim’ for Tempa T and numerous tracks for Newham Generals.