Tekitha & Prana are O.N.E. The Duo
Observant. Noetic. Effervescent
Roughly halfway into their 10-year-long quest for country music stardom and globetrotting mother-daughter act O.N.E the Duo finally arrived in Nashville. Then COVID-19 struck.
However, undeterred, within a year, their tireless, Barbara Mandrell-style work ethic, rugged yet smooth presentation reminiscent of Miranda Lambert, and Judds-style pitch-perfect harmonies have earned them co-signs from Rolling Stone, CMT, and the Country Music Association.
Tekitha and Prana Supreme Diggs have been partnered since she and iconic rap duo Wu-Tang Clan member The RZA conceived her 21 years ago.
Tekitha is an accomplished vocalist in her own right and counts a decade-plus worldwide run recording and touring with the groundbreaking rap group in her musical lineage.
Prana was born in 2000. Thus, she's a child of the modern era. However, she also has a musical intelligence, sensitivity to humanity, and goal-focused demeanor that make her timelessly prodigal like every country icon from Brenda Lee to Taylor Swift.
Their cosmopolitan blend of country swagger and hip-hop cool is unprecedented. It was born during living room jam sessions where guitar picking, handclaps, and rootsy acoustic stylings were the norm. What you hear today is a fusion of their past and present with a new vision for country music.
Quickly, though independent artists, they have already compiled a completed album's worth of work. In addition, they have been authentically accepted into many legendary Nashville A-list circles working with a team with peerless music industry experience.
This includes the likes of their manager Renee Bell (industry veteran who A&R’d artists including Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Brooks & Dunn, The Mavericks), producers Dann Huff (Lonestar's "Amazed," currently working with Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett, and numerous others) and Brent Maher (The Judds entire album catalog), songwriters Shane Stevens (co-writer, Walker Hayes' "Fancy Like"), Nash Overstreet (Hot Chelle Ray, American Music Award, two-time BMI Pop award winner) plus Rebecca Lynn Howard, Elisha Hoffman, Bar None, John Bettis, Marv Green, Joe Robinson.
Country music is entering an age where radio's respected, controlled environment shares relevancy with streaming's genre-free wild west sensibilities. Therefore, a duo equally passionate and conversant in the catalogs of Chris Stapleton and Kendrick Lamar is vital to the country music's future because they respect its past and have already long-embraced its present.
Their cosmopolitan blend of country swagger and hip-hop cool is unprecedented. It was born during living room jam sessions where guitar picking, handclaps, and rootsy acoustic stylings were the norm.. What you hear today is a fusion of their past and present with a new vision for country music.