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Johnny’s Daughter is a talented and emerging R&B/Soul singer/songwriter/melodist/vocal arranger/producer. She began writing at an early age, but it wasn’t until after the passing of her father over a decade later that her writing became her therapy, art and message. Writing lyrics and melody came very naturally as she sought to connect with her listeners and share stories that are often part of our common human experience. She is sure to deliver a lyrical experience to which every audience can relate with her prolific art of storytelling. She often writes about relationship experiences and powerful messages of hope that bring awareness to social and economic issues that plague our communities. Her infectious melodies and production as well as her soulful vocal sound are ones that she can call her own and will surely put her next on your play list. Contact SESAC, NYC for licensing and publishing information at www.sesac.com. Johnny’s Daughter currently resides in the Bull City, Durham North Carolina
DJ Cotton El Murkot (WCOM 103.5FM Chapel Hill/Carrboro) – “This girl has got something special.”
“Voices” – Johnny’s Daughter – “Wow, Johnny’s Daughter has a really beautiful voice, she sounds a little bit like Mary J. Blige IMO. The lyrics throughout the verses she sang were very powerful and the chorus was fantastic. The production on this track is classic… This is another very good song.” – hiphoputopia.com
“Pride” – Johnny’s Daughter – “Again, Johnny’s Daughter did an excellent job with the singing on this track, I don’t know if it’s as good as the other track but it still very good. The production is kind of minimal on this track but it works well because it helps you to focus on the vocals more while keeping up the tempo, I like this.” – hiphoputopia.com
“Let It Go” (Remix) ft. Johnny’s Daughter, Keynote Speaker & Effrain Colon – “Yeh, this song has a really good feeling to it….and of course Johnny’s Daughter created an incredible chorus. I was feeling the beat too, that guitar at the end was crazy but I liked it.” – hiphoputopia.com
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