Etta Bond

Represented by
Obi Asika-Iweka

Early Days…
After a fluke myspace encounter, Etta Bond met artist/producer Labrinth. Within hours of meeting they had written and recorded “What is it you Do?” and the two began a working relationship that would be crucial in Etta’s career.

Previous Work…

Since their meeting and her committed work at Milmark Music, her work has reached Americas Next Top Model, appeared on the movie soundtrack 4, 3, 2, 1 and she continues to work along side Labrinth (Beneath Your Beutiful, Earthquake). A testament to his belief in her, Labrinth made Etta the first artist to be signed to his production label ‘Odd Child’. She appeared on Wretch 32’s single Forgiveness, Plan B’s single, Playing with Fire, and Labrinth’s, Under the Knife.

The Beginning…

Etta Bond, 22, grew up in Cambridge, UK. Surrounded by music from an early age and influenced by her brother, a DJ and her sister, a singer/ dancer. Throughout her childhood she attended respectively, Body Work Theatre School, Tring, Italia Conti and The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.

At age 14, Etta marked her arrival as a serious singer/songwriter with her first self-penned effort ‘Wipe my Eyes’, a personal and heartbreaking song about her turbulent relationship with her estranged father.

Inspired by the likes of Jill Scott, Billie Holiday, Etta James and Amy Winehouse, Etta has a superb finesse

when it come to songwriting, a powerful delivery teeming with a vulnerability and honesty that will warm even the coldest heart.

Recently, she has recorded features with Plan B, Professor Green, Wretch 32, and Kano.

What’s New…
Etta Bond is focussed on completing her album and collaborating with many different artists in her field. She will continue to work alongside Labrinth but for now is thriving as being one half of ExR along side Raf Riley. They recently released their debut EP, Emergency Room, leading with the disturbingly genius track, Boring B’s. Last year the duo opened for the Azealia Banks, Mermaid Ball at the Aquarium, and went on tour, supporting Labrinth, on his Electronic Earth Tour.