ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Era'Nay Drops Sexy New EP, 'Elevate'

Era’Nay, is an emerging young singer-songwriter with a sultry voice and an old soul. The Louisville, Kentucky native has the sound of singers twice her age. Her latest release, Elevate, is a 6 track EP that will leave your ears and heart in awe.

Her vocal stylings channel female R&B powerhouse vocalists like Toni Braxton and Patti Labelle, Era’Nay’s songs preserve a classic sound while adding a fresh vulnerability that is reminiscent of artists like H.E.R. She writes candidly about love and loss, questioning every thought and belief, in order to open the window for her most authentic self to shine through.

She has released several tracks with Carter’s Music Group, and her latest single, Farewell, is a stripped down ballad that speaks to the grief so many of us are experiencing every year. Throughout the song, Era’Nay’s emotive and soulful vocals reflect on the loss of a loved one; as she wonders if the words “I love you” were spoken often enough.

"I said I know that you love me, and I love you just as much..."

Era’Nay, born Eryn Williams, grew up as the daughter of prominent preachers who supported her musical talent from a young age.  Though her strong religious upbringing led her to become a preacher at age 16, her passion for music became undeniable as she entered her 20s.  She made the difficult decision to put preaching on hold in pursuit of a career as an artist, and by age 21, Era’Nay began working with Carter Music Group.  She continues to have a strong relationship with God, and her values shape the foundation for every song that she writes.  Since she began her career with Carter Music Group and producer Darrin Lee, Era’Nay has written and released several singles (No More, Chances, Lessons), including her latest song, Farewell.


Instagram: @eranaymusic

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