Joy Elizabeth Akther Crookes is a British neo soul singer-songwriter of Bangladeshi-Irish heritage. She incorporates details about relationships, self-reliance, her culture, her South London roots and her identity in her music. Crookes has released three extended plays since 2017 and was nominated for the Rising Star Award at the 2020 Brit Awards. She has been included in various lists of predicted breakthrough acts for 2020 by publications such as BBC, MTV, NME, Vevo and Amazon Music.
|Birth name:||Joy Elizabeth Akther Crookes|
|Born:||October 9, 1998, Lambeth, London, England|
|Origin:||South London, England|
|Genres:||Neo soul, alternative R&B|
|Instruments:||Voice, guitar, piano|
|Twitter:||Joy Crookes's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Joy Crookes's Instagram profile|
About Joy Crookes
British singer and songwriter known for multiple viral hits such as "Don't Let Me Down" and "Mother May I Sleep with Danger?" Her soulful voice has helped her YouTube channel reach 70,000 subscribers.
She signed a contract with the label Insanity Records.
She began sharing performance videos and lifestyle pics on Instagram for 50,000 followers.
She grew up in south London with an Irish father and Bangladeshi mother.
She covered the Ray Charles song "Hit the Road Jack" in April 2013.
Information related to Joy Crookes
- English female guitarists
- English rhythm and blues singers
- English soul singers
- Neo soul singers
- Singers from London