Lurine Cato is a London based Gospel singer and songwriter who remains one of the most sought after independent vocal artists with that rare ability to appeal to a wide variety of audiences. Her distinctive brand of music is infused with inspirational undertones of faith, hope and love, a central theme to the material she writes that resonates with an eclectic mix of music lovers. A 2013 MOBO Award recipient (Best Gospel Act) and 2017 MOBO nominee in the same category, Lurine was a featured act at the 2017 MOBO Awards held in Leeds, UK with the B Positive Choir a partnership between the MOBOs and NHS Blood and Transplant. Also appearing at the 2017 MOBOs were Cardi B, Stormzy and Idris Elba.
She has worked in the music industry for a number of years as a backing vocalist, session singer and artist in her own right and has worked with some of the industries’ top luminaries such as Adele, Mary J Blige, Kylie Minogue, Justin Timberlake, Hozier, Leona Lewis, Olly Murs, Union J, Enrique Iglesias,Andrea Bocelli, Sigma, Mark Feehily, Rebecca Fergusin and Susan Boyle as well as Gospel Music’s most successful artists such as Kirk Franklin, Kim Burrell and Donnie McClurkin. Her career has led her to perform for a number of high profiled events and venues such as the Princess Diana Award (St. James’ Palace), Althorp (Global Gift Foundation), Royal Festival Hall, Lambeth Palace, Manchester United Stadium (Dreams Come True Charity), Madison Square Garden (w/ Kylie Minogue), MTV TRL, London Palladium (Royal Variety Performance), Saturday Night Live (w/ Kylie Minogue, USA), Jay Leno (w/ Kylie Minogue), lead vocalist Perfect Day Single (Children In Need), X-Factor, BGT (Session Singer), Royal Albert Hall, Wembley Stadium, Westminster Abbey and Edinburgh Festival etc.
Lurine is the lead singer for the B Positive choir and are contestants on Britain's Got Talent 2018. Their audition airs 14th April 2018 on ITV at 8pm. The B Positive choir hopes that the show will help raise the awareness about the sickle cell disease and the need for more blood donors.