WHAT DO YOU DO?
PNG I have arrived!!! 23 hours of no sleep hahah come at me bro 😂🌺 Thankyou to the Australian consulate for inviting me over! They’ve extended NAIDOC week celebrations over here just for me and I am feeling super special and am soooo looking forward to all the amazing things ahead of me this week ❤️❤️❤️✈️✈️✈️✈️ can’t wait to share with you all 🌺❤️ *yes take two on this outfit because this is honestly my fave evvverrrr cheers @treeoflife_love for these gooodies can’t wait for moreeee hehe ❤️🌺
Building a ladder
FAVOURITE FEMALE ARTIST AND WHY?
Nai Palm because she is so powerful so strong and an incredible performer.
HOW CAN WOMEN BEST SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER?
By going to each others shows, giving their music a share and exposing other sisters to their own fanbase. Empowering and leaving kind words - I have my little group of sisters that range from DJs to singers and actresses and I am so grateful for their support and motivation I know they’ve always got my back and I’ve always got theirs.
WHAT WERE YOU LIKE AS A KID? HAS ANYTHING CHANGED?
When I was young I was very shy and quiet and now I’m very outspoken and free spirited I’ve changed so much.
WHAT WERE YOU LIKE AS A TEENAGER? WHAT MAJOR THINGS DID YOU COME TO REALISE AS YOU GREW UP?
I was very wild as a teenager haha, my focus was school but I knew how to have fun doing it. I was a very bubbly person in high school. I was scared of not being liked but now I only have a handful of super close friends and have realised that if I’m not everyone’s cup of tea that’s totally fine everyone has a right to their own opinions. I also realised that it’s okay to be wrong sometimes and you just learn from that, I was such a perfectionist.
Emily Wurramara is currently in PNG inspiring others with local musician Mereani Masani read more about it here. Emily's new album Milyakburra, which includes new single Ngarrikwujeyinama, is out now. Like her on Facebook and follow on Instagram. Listen to her on Spotify and Apple Music.