Josephine Oniyama

Exclusive Interview: Pop Form: Josephine Oniyama

Josephine Oniyama



Artist: Josephine


Nickname: Jo


Age: 29


Sound Description: folk, soul, pop


Favorite Color: red


Favorite Artist Right Now: First Aid Kit


Favorite Artist Growing Up: Bob Dylan


Favorite Film: Pan’s Labyrinth


Favorite Spice Girl: sporty


Favorite Drink: tea


Favorite Gadget: kindle


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