Bio

Evrah is known for her fearless energy and hard-hitting lyrics. Not one to shy away from a tough subject – Evrah has produced a number of thought-provoking viral videos, racking up over 5 million video hits on social media. Her first musical release, Labyrinth (2017), was aired via BBC Introducing on BBC Radio Wales by Adam Walton within the first few days of its release. After Signing a publishing deal with Verve Poetry Press in 2018 – Evrah released her debut poetry collection – ‘Unspoken’ – September 2019 – launching her book in both Waterstones, Birmingham and Bank St. Social in her beloved hometown of Wrexham.

Evrah has featured on many BBC and ITV social media and TV platforms, including live radio features on both the Adam Walton and Janice Long shows, BBC Radio Wales. Along with commissions for; BBC Sport Wales, BBC Sesh, Shelter Cymru and Chwarae Teg – Evrah has become a prominent voice in Wales, in both poetry circles and amongst those dedicated to social causes.

Evrah has enjoyed residencies at both Ty Pawb, and Wrexham AFC and worked with a number of organisations and educational facilities including, local schools, Cell B, Coleg Cambria, HMP Berwyn and Glyndŵr University providing workshops to students and young people, to promote a positive sense of self and mental health wellbeing, using writing as an outlet of expression.



Influenced by artists such as; Tupac Shakur, Stacey-Ann Chin and Kae Tempest – Evrah amalgamates her passion for social justice, rhythmic storytelling, HipHop, ambience and Poetry – creating music and spoken word that is raw, conscious and dynamic.

Evrah has performed throughout the UK, headlining events from Apple and Snakes, Durham, Spoken Trend, Birmingham, Homeless World Cup – Cardiff, to the Racecourse Football Stadium before a crowd of 7000 Wrexham AFC fans. Along the way, supporting an array of well known artists from Sabrina Benaim (Button Poetry) to Beans on Toast.

A passionate social activist and supporter of charity – Evrah is a proud trustee of the Venture, Wrexham. A playground in Caia Park she attended regularly as a child.

Her debut album, Kind Regards. – released independently in December 2021 – incapsulates her lyrical depth, fearless honesty and creative diversity that has brought her much acclaim – it’s first two releases heading straight to BBC Radio, along with the album continuing to be featured heavily on BBC Introducing, Wales.