Welcome to the Laura Mvula Discography Rate. I've been expecting you. A little on Laura for the uninitiated. (Thanks, Wikipedia.) Laura Mvula is a British recording artist, songwriter, and composer. A native of Birmingham, Mvula has gained experience as a young member or leader of a cappella, jazz/neo-soul, and gospel groups and choirs. She was classically trained. In 2012, she signed with RCA Records and released an extended play, She, to critical acclaim. Mvula released her debut studio album, Sing to the Moon (2013), to favorable reviews, and earning two MOBO awards and a Mercury Prize nomination. In 2014, an orchestral re-recording of the album with the Metropole Orkest was released. Her second album, The Dreaming Room (2016), was also received with critical acclaim, and won the Ivor Novello award and garnered a Mercury Prize nomination. Mvula then wrote the music for the 2017 theatre production of Antony & Cleopatra by the Royal Shakespeare Company. While working on her third album, she released the 1/f EP in February 2021. Her third studio album, Pink Noise (2021) was released in July. In 2018, Mvula received an honorary doctorate of music from her alma mater, Birmingham City University. Put simply, Laura is one of my favorite artists of all time, and while not the most prolific artist, in the decade she's been releasing music, she has put out some of my favorite albums. A hugely accomplished songwriter and multi instrumentalist, Laura fuses all of her classical and jazz training into some of the most stunning pop sensibilities. We are here to celebrate everything that makes this artist special.