Soul singer and songwriter, Lauren Lanzaretta, released her 11-track debut album, Naked Soul, in June of 2014 which was welcomed with positive reviews. Jeff Neisel of the Cleveland Scene Magazine said, “The debut from Lauren Lanzaretta effectively channels Aretha Franklin and other Soul/R&B greats, calling attention to this rising talent.”
Lauren continues to light up the music scene with her exciting live performances and inspiring vibes. Currently, Lauren is working on her new album entitled “Deliverance”, which will be an evolution of her signature soul sound with hints of rich gospel. Her recent single releases, "Something Won't Let Me Drown" and "Calm The Storm", are both on the record and feature inspiring choir backing and vulnerable lyrics that draws the listener deeper into Lauren’s life experiences. "Deliverance" is expected to release early 2019.
Some of Lauren Lanzaretta’s accomplishments include: Nominated for "Best Singer" by the Ohio Hip Hop Awards (2017); Voted "Best Singer" in Cleveland Scene Magazine's "Best of Cleveland" campaign (2014); opening act for Carnage, Seven Lions & Machine Gun Kelly at "Life In Color" (May 2014) at Jacob's Pavilion at Nautica; opening act for Krewella at the “Cleveland Rocks New Year’s Eve” show with Drew Carey in Cleveland (2013); the official singer of the National Anthem at the Petit Le Mans, powered by Mazda (2012); nominated for Album of the Year and Video of the Year by the Ohio Hip Hop Awards for her collaboration EP Album with DJ Scrilla, Color of Love (2012); and Top Ten Contestant in the Budweiser Opening Act Competition (2011).
Soul/gospel track written, produced & performed by Lauren Lanzaretta.
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