Karma Luna is one of a new breed of artists emerging from the urban jungles of post-Mandela South Africa. Bold, edgy, elegant and integrated, Karma’s musical melting pot takes in such diverse influences as urban pop, electronica and trap-step , creating a unique and striking tapestry that mirrors her life experience.
Her striking and captivating personality, coupled with a vibrant and sexy on-stage energy and attitude, exudes authenticity and originality. Karma uses the stage as a visceral medium to express her creativity and to empower, inspire and connect with people.
Trend bucking, intoxicating and addictive, “Image” announces the arrival of a new kind of artist, one who doesn’t play by the rules of the industry and is determined to forge her own artistic path
Q&A with Karma
Tell us something about yourself that nobody knows.
I love baking, but never ever get around to do it
What tips can you share that have helped to shape your career?
To network, network, network and have a great work ethic.
Your best gig.
The launch of my first single in Sandton. It was so exciting to introduce my artist alter ego to the world. My band and I had so much fun performing. We showcased my music video too.
What advice you would give to your 18 year old self in one sentence?
Keep doing exactly as you are, put yourself out there and run full force towards your dreams. Believe in yourself and not the doubtful voice in your head.
Best advice you were given when you started out?
To be honest, I don’t remember receiving advice. I just watched and listened mentors and other incredible talents in the industry.
With FAME Week Africa being hosted in the Mother City, what do you love about Cape Town?
I’m big into travel, and Cape Town is basically our own little international city. I love the lifestyle, the food, the nightlife, and the the beaches. There’s always something to do whether its going for a hike, or going for a delicious dinner on a rooftop restaurant.