BY ROY ALBERT ANDRADE, K1LLER, Inc.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - It's uncommon to hear of a 15-year-old singer-songwriter, especially one that can perform in English and Spanish on the big stage. Her name is Lorena Andrea, and her band performs bilingual music with an electro-pop rhythm. She is Davis, California's rising star, having sung the National Anthem at National Basketball Association games, live on on Good Day Sacramento's morning show, and throughout the "Golden State," she is unquestionably a musical genius. She will be returning to Good Day this Saturday, December 2, 2017, to promote, "Hey, Wait a Minute," her debut album.
The album has a teen pop sound, and an amalgamation of accomplished musicians. For instance, Rob Persaud, a British music producer, who has produced, mixed, engineered and written tracks for Lady Gaga, Nick Jonas, Mollie King, Jordan Fisher, and more. Richard Harris, songwriter, who has written for major labels, such as Universal Music, Warner Bros, Capitol Records, EMI, and others. Todd Bergman, mixing engineer, whose credits include Lil Wayne, Weezer, Nicki Minaj, Jill Scott, Alessia Cara, and more. Fans can listen to her music at www.lorenaandreamusic.com, and purchase songs from iTunes or Spotify.
Shawn W. Anderson