|Thelma Plum Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||December 21, 1994|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Thelma Plum is an Indigenous Australian singer, songwriter, and guitarist who has established herself in the music industry with the release of her many tracks, albums, and extended play which include How Much Does Your Love Cost, Better in Blak, Clair De Lune, Clumsy Love, Monsters, Rosie, Young in Love, and Father Said.
Thelma Amelina Plumbe
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Thelma Plum got enrolled at Music Industry College located in Fortitude Valley, Australia.
Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist
Thelma Plum is represented by Stephen Wade, Select Music.
Footstomp, Warner Music Australia
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
68 kg or 150 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Thelma Plum is of Gamilaraay descent.
- Curvy physique
- Dimpled smile
- Pouty lips
- Beauty spot on her right cheek
Thelma Plum Facts
- In 2013, she won the National Indigenous Music Award for “Best New Talent”.
- She released her 2nd EP, Monsters, on July 4, 2014, and one of its songs named How Much Does Your Love Cost won the 2015 National Indigenous Music Award in the “Song of the Year” category.
- Thelma Plum released her first studio album, Better in Blak, on July 12, 2019, via Warner Music Australia and the album comprised of sings such as Don’t Let a Good Girl Down, Clumsy Love, Do You Ever Get So Sad You Can’t Breathe, Ugly, Better in Blak, Homecoming Quee, and Made for You. The album was also ranked at number #4 on the Australian Albums (ARIA) weekly chart and at number #46 on the Australian Artist Albums (ARIA) year-end chart.
- Better in Blak won the 2019 ARIA Music Award for “Best Cover Art”. Its song Clumsy Love was certified ‘Gold’ by Australia (ARIA).
- The album, Better in Blak, also got her nominated for several 2019 ARIA Music Awards nominations in categories like “Album of the Year”, “Best Female Artist”, “Best Pop Release”, and “Breakthrough Artist”.
- With the success of Better in Blak, Thelma Plum became the highest-ranking Indigenous artist ever in the Triple J Hottest 100 in January 2020.
- She was diagnosed with COVID-19 during the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
- Thelma Plum has also appeared in shows like Have You Been Paying Attention?, Spicks and Specks, and The Set.
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