Born Ternell demorris Ormond, Nell Burna is coming in hot from Washington. His love for music began at the age of 12 when he got to experience his first studio session. He was told that he had a good voice and style, and after that, his rap journey begins. Inspired by Lil Wayne, Mary J Blidge, and James Brown, Nell Burna channels that old school sound with a new school feel to it. He has around 20 unreleased songs and currently working on more. Currently, he has a song called ‘’On the Low” featuring buzzing Artist Xanman. The video is up 20k views on YouTube and counting. He has a new music video dropping soon and you can get to know him below!
In your opinion, what makes you stand out from other/current artists out there?
I don’t feel I am better than another person but my hard work and motivation, when other sleeping I’m putting in the extra my time, my old coach always said “it’s only take a few steps or seconds what makes a difference” and I stand on that! My personality, and my sound, a lot of people in my city have a flow called the DMV flow which cranks but my sound is different.
What are you most known for? What got you noticed?
My style and delivery and networking being outside and staying active and not in a shell.
Are you an independent artist or currently signed to a major label?
I’m currently unsigned. Nowadays with the internet a label is not needed but if the paperwork is right, I would definitely sign to a major no question!
Have you performed and/or participated in any talent shows and/or television shows? **If so, please list any major shows and year performed (you can include links here as well)
Yes, I opened for 2 Chainz in South Carolina coliseum I’ve opened up for Trina da baddest Bitch in the 2000’s at a HBCU I was with the R&B group called B5 who was present at the time I also opened for the Alliances who had a song called ‘’tatted up’’ from Atlanta i did a lot of opening acts early on, I still do open mics to stay active in my city! My most recent show was in Atlanta as well, Kirk and Benzino from Love and Hip-hop Atlanta were there, my cousin Roger Bonds who worked with Sean P. Diddy Combs was hosting an event for his Son Kevan who’s been incarcerated in Africa without a trail for over 8 years in Africa so definitely justice for Kevan innocent to proven guilty.