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There are probably very few artists under 30 who can claim to have been invited to the Montreux Jazz Festival three times. Nnavy received this honour even though her debut album “Blue” was just released in 2020. The Lausanne-based musician is considered one of the country’s great musical talents: Her irresistible mix of jazzy soul and alternative R&B has earned her millions of streams and 135,000 followers on Instagram, she was the first Swiss woman to be featured in the prestigious Colors video series, she played at the Music & Convention in Paris and has supported artists such as Arlo Parks, Alfa Mist and Ben l’Oncle Soul. Her stage name comes from the colour of the same name, navy blue, which reflects her music, which is sometimes dark but always deep. Her soul is just as powerful, on record and especially live. The two subsequent EPs, 2021 and 2023, followed the highly acclaimed debut musically and cemented Nnavy’s reputation as one of the most exciting Swiss voices of our time, whose path only points in one direction: upwards.