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Claire Renee With Her Soothing Track "Red Lights"

Upcoming artist Claire Renee is a classically trained dancer who sings from the soul. Singing a combination of R&B, soul, jazz, and pop while being heavily influenced by hip hop, this singer/songwriter’s raspy yet graceful vocals, along with her unique harmonies, always provide an incredible vibe and sound. This multi-talented artist has also a quite unique background. Claire began dancing at the early age of 4 and trained at highly esteemed dance schools such as The Dance Theater of Harlem and Alvin Ailey. Her natural ear for music and performance led her to study at Berklee College of Music and The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. Following the release of her newest single "Red Lights," she projects a very dreamy track that will surely grasp your attention. Starting with soothing instrumentation leading onto her sweet and luscious vocals she completes the single fully. Explaining the single further it's about taking time to slow down and sit with ourselves, sometimes even heeding to signs from our own ancestors and spirit guides. To the vocals and production, this track will surely have you vibing. Also, I really love the music video, it's so calming and just genuinely having a good feel to it. It would be just perfect for a late-night drive or playing this by the beach. Go stream "Red Lights" and check out her discography which is filled with beautiful tracks.





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