Acclaimed singer, songwriter, pianist, and actress Sheléa aims for the heartstrings with her latest release, “We The People.” Penned in collaboration with two-time Academy® Award-winning duo Alan and Marilyn Bergman, the recording highlights Sheléa’s electrifying and seismic voice, while bringing hope to all Americans.
In recent weeks, Sheléa contributed a version of the Christmas classic “Silent Light” to The CW special SILENT NIGHT – A SONG FOR THE WORLD, which premieres Thursday December 10. Plus, she lends her voice to Stevie Mackey’s upcoming Christmas album alongside other heavy-hitters such as Jennifer Lopez, JoJo, Jessie J, and more.
With widespread comparison to the vocal expertise of legendary Whitney Houston, and the piano prowess of Alicia Keys, it’s no surprise that artist and actress Sheléa (pronounced shuh-lay-yuh) has garnered co-signs from the likes of Stevie Wonder, Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliott, David Foster, Queen Latifah, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson, Quincy Jones, and more. Blending traditional pop, jazz, R&B and soul, Sheléa brings a contemporary edge to classics, and a classic touch to contemporary pop standards. With years of making a name for herself as a vocal powerhouse, having performed twice at the White House; Library of Congress; Carnegie Hall; the Kennedy Center, and more. Her 2020 acting debut was as Dorinda Clark in The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel. The Lifetime biopic drew 2.7 million viewers and “was the strongest original movie in all television for 2020 across key demos, including both broadcast and cable.” She will uncover her next album very soon!