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About

Rochelle Pitt is a Butchulla/Kalkadoon and traditional owner of Quandamooka Nation who started singing and performing at a young age in the churches and choirs of Far North Queensland.

Her long journey has forged a powerful voice that celebrates the strength, beauty and love within all of us. In her early twenties, Rochelle had breakout success with her original tracks “Too Deadly My Sister” and “Black to Reality” from her seminal EP Black to Reality, an uplifting and inspirational ode to her First Nation people. The conviction of her live performances leaves audiences breathless, and in recent years Rochelle has found mainstream success as she went from nurse and mother, to star on Australia’s The X factor.

Rochelle’s newest EP, Soul Mumma was released in December 2017, and today she continues to enjoy performances across Australia at music festivals, community events and across the corporate sector. She is also proud ambassador for APRA AMCOS advocating for the rights of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander singer/songwriters, and passionately supports organisations such as Kidney Health Australia.

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CONTACTS

Management | Joel Heywood | Australia | augustmgmt@outlook.com

MUSIC

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Frontline - Indigenous Biosecurity Rangers

'Mother Ailan' - Sounds Of AustraNesia

Too Deadly My Sister

REVIEWS

Hailing from Cairns, Indigenous singer-songwriter Rochelle Pitt has turned to soul and gospel music for her newest single ‘I Believe’. Pitt has conjured up a rich and epic tune with a slick 70s feel for her Indigenous community ‘to speak up and have a say in their lives and the world around them’. Pitt has come a long way after her time as a finalist on The X Factor back in 2014 and we expect her to be a shining presence in coming years. - AMRAP/THE MUSIC NETWORK

Rochelle Pitt Watson’s Soul Mumma tackles some important issues with the insight her Indigenous heritage affords. Those issues can be confronting, but Rochelle’s sublime vocals and groovy sound help the message go down easily. It’s an EP which shows that really introduces us to the reality TV graduate, proving that she has much more than a killer voice on her side. - SOUNDS OF OZ