Yana Renea’s Paradise

If you’ve ever wondered how melodies turn to magic, wonder no more. Chicago based songstress Yana Renea does just that. Her new single “Paradise” is the perfect example.

Nestled somewhere between singer, songwriter, and dancer Yana Renea has been performing across the Chicagoland area, introducing the city to the sound it had no idea it needed. Inspired by some of 90s rnb and soul’s my iconic voices, Yana Renea is exactly what music has been missing. Yana Renea uses her unique sound to take fans on a one of a kind musical journey.

Yana Renea’s current journey is taking fans to “Paradise.” Smooth vocals complimented by creative production, by Justin Famous, make “Paradise” an easy listen. Sexy, but sweet, “Paradise” sounds a lot like summer sunsets on the beach.

If sandy sunsets aren’t your vibe, catch the multi-talented Yana Renea performing at at WindyFest on September 1st. Until then, “Paradise” is available on all streaming platforms.

Paradise

Chanelle Tru’s Ha|Ve

 

Chanelle Tru celebrated International Women’s Day in a rather unique way. On March 8, the Chicago based artist debuted her album Ha|Ve.

Ha|Ve reminds the world that Chanelle Tru is so much more than a pretty face. The multitalented singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer and actress flexed quiet a few creative muscle on her highly anticipated new album. Despite the fact that she could have probably done it all on her own, Chanelle Tru does share the creative spotlight just a bit on Ha|Ve. The Other Eric, Cosha TG, and Sprado lent their talents to the 15 track effort.

Ha|Ve or “Hate to Love” delivers a little more than 45 minutes of tales for those who have gained or lost love.

 

 

Ms. Nina has Kid Power

In a day and age where kids are growing up much too quickly, nothing is better than seeing a kid just being a kid. Besides having talent far beyond her years that is exactly what Ms. Nina is doing. Last week the kid rapper released her debut album Kid Power and it could not be more perfect.

Ms. Nina is anything but ordinary. The pint sized performer released a 13 track effort that is not only kid friendly but versatile in flow. Age appropriate and positive, Kid Power is the kind of rap music parents want their children to listen to.

The reception of her singles “Lip Gloss” and “My Slime” should had been evident of what was to come with Kid Power, but it’s doubtful that anyone could have imagined Ms. Nina would come this hard. The rapper, singer and dancer may not be old enough to drive, but she is certainly old enough to command a crowd and rock a mic and Kid Power makes that obvious.

Kid Power