Single Review: Djana Gabrielle – The Woman I Once Was

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If you haven’t heard of Djana Gabrielle before now then I’ll fill you in, she’s a Glasgow based musician, originally from Cameroon and she plays a sweet brand of indie/folk music. If you want to hear more then check out this interview I did, and also have a look at this review.

The woman I Once Was (March) starts with light acoustic guitars that blend perfectly with the vocals. This track is powerful, all about strong women, and the message of solidarity and strength really resonates through you when you listen. I listened to this track while on the go and just kind of let it wash over me as I watched the scenery flick by from my bus window and it really touched me, I was nearly in tears by the end of this emotional ballad.

So that’s what I thought of ‘The Woman I Once Was’ by Djana Gabrielle and if you want to hear those tracks for yourself then follow this link to her Bandcamp. And make sure and follow her on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with her.


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