Lyreh7

LYREH 7 BIO

by on Jun.30, 2010, under BIO

LYREH 7‘s solo debut has been welcomed throughout the boroughs and internationally. Straight out of Brooklyn, this electrifying singer-songwriter is an era, a new statement, according to producer Tom McConnell. He states, “She is an artist with a vision that goes beyond her years. Her inspirational voice soars with versatility. Her humbleness tells us she’s ready to serve.”

Like a cataclysmic collision of sounds in heaven giving birth to a new sound, LYREH 7’s angelic voice truly transcends time. When asked about the origin of the name LYREH 7, the artist explains the name is derived from the northern constellation – Lyra, where some of the brightest stars in that part of the heavens can be seen. As she puts it, her purpose is “about letting your light shine in times of darkness.”

LYREH 7 considers herself privileged to have been a part of numerous recordings and live performances throughout the years. She is honored to be a part of the World Changers Church-New York Music Ministry, where she’s faithfully served for seven years and counting. She’s also sung with various artists and organizations, such as El DeBarge, and the Harlem Gospel Choir; to name a few. Currently, the Brooklyn songstress is excited to share her anticipated new single, “Right Now”, where she encourages listeners to dance as an expression of faith as they take an exciting journey with her to their destiny. With awesome production, funky guitar licks and riveting string lines, the music Lyreh sings has been an instrument to take God’s mission of “letting your light shine” to new levels.

LYREH 7 is an artist with a vision that she knows is bigger than her. She anticipates reaching a worldwide network of listeners through music to spread the good news of God’s love and thanks all those who helped her to get this far.


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