The daughter of wildlife presenter Bill Oddie has won first prize in an international all-female singer-songwriting competition.
Rosie Oddie will release her first single with Angelic Music in February
Rosie Oddie's winning track, Genni's Song, will be released next year on a compilation CD by Angelic Music, a new record label promoting women musicians.
The 21-year-old, who entered after her father spotted the contest in a magazine, said: "I'm really excited."
She also won a guitar, a music magazine subscription and songwriting software.
The singer's music has been compared to Ian Dury, with her winning track about a friend described as a mixture of punk, rap and funk.
Oddie has been writing music since she was 13, but has rejected previous offers of music deals.
"I feel I have only just got to the right age to do this for real," she said.
The judges, who voted unanimously for Oddie, had no idea the winner had a famous father until after they had made their decision.
Janis Haves, founder of Angelic Music, said: "There wasn't another song entered like hers. It was totally unique."
Abbie Lathe, a Shropshire-based singer and songwriter, came in second place, while US-based Maggi Jane of the band Maggi, Pierce & EJ was in third place.
All three winners will perform at a launch event early next year.