Perhaps you haven't heard of Jodie Marie yet, but the young singer from Pembrokeshire is taking the music world by storm.
She has already received brilliant reviews from national newspapers and magazines such as Mojo, Daily Star, The Guardian, Independent and The Mail on Sunday.
Following a recent gig at the Norwegian Church, Cardiff Bay the Western Mail published a glowing review giving great praise to her voice and songs.
In an S4C documentary on Tuesday, 8 May, we will follow Jodie during the most important three months of her career so far as she releases her debut album - Mountain Echo.
Jodie Marie's story is one of incredible luck and chance. It all starts in a B&B in Narberth where one of the guests was heard talking about his son who co-owns the record company Transgressive in London.
The B&B owner gave her guest a CD of a local singer and that is how the voice of Jodie Marie came to the attention of the record company, which is also responsible for the famous bands Noisettes, Foals, Graham Coxon, Johnny Flynn and Two Door Cinema Club.
Jodie was only 16 at the time. She is now 20 years old and four years of working with the company have been of great benefit to her.
"Probably because I was so young, I hadn't really matured in my songwriting. I'd never played, apart from my GSCE stuff, any of my songs to anyone before. I'd write them away in my room and just hide them," says Jodie, explaining the type of music she composes.
"I wanted to write an album that people could relate to. I've always loved music that I can turn to if I'm feeling sad, or needing a pick-me-up, and I'm sure everyone's the same. So I wanted to make an album that could tick on every aspect of emotion, and be as true to life as possible."
Despite the excitement and adventure of releasing a record, it's also a time of great change for the young girl as she moves from her childhood home to London.
Although she spent much of the past four years travelling back and forth between London and west Wales, a permanent move to the city proved to be a wrench. In this programme we'll see a talented singer's journey from the wild west to the world.