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Claire Reneé is a classically trained dancer who sings from the soul. Singing a combination of R&B, Soul, Jazz and Pop while being heavily influenced by Hip Hop, this singer/songwriter’s raspy yet graceful vocals along with her unique harmonies always provide an incredible vibe and sound.
This multi-talented artist has quite a unique background that didn’t start with her having a microphone in her hand. Claire started dancing at the early age of 4 and at age of 10 got accepted to The Dance Theater of Harlem where she studied Ballet, Tap, and Jazz. In high school, she attended Professional Performing Arts School where she completed the PPAS/Alvin Ailey dance program.
Adding to her list of talents, Claire is also a dedicated writer, one that is influenced by a wide scope of music genres. Her desire to enhance her natural ear for music and performance led her to study at several notable music schools, including Berklee College of Music. She put school on hold and decided to focus on being an artist and sharing her music with the world. She states “I get inspired by so many things. I love expressing myself through art, bringing ideas and topics to light that people can relate to”.
In 2017, as she further pursued the mission to make her name globally recognizable, Claire secured an assortment of interviews and artist features. She has been featured in online publications such as AfroPunk, The 405, Un Popular Culture and 21 Ninety among others. Not only in print form, but Claire has been making moves with her music as well, cementing her place in the industry as a contending artist. She released her most recent project, an EP – Let Me Glo – in April of 2017 featuring singles like Easy Come, Easy Go (Nights with You) and LOL.
When asked about her new project, Claire states “Let Me Glo is me stepping into my purpose and recognizing that the glow up is internal. I had to put in the work to better myself, preserve my sanity and mental health, let people and things go, and get honest with myself. This music came from a rough year filled with transitions and changes. I learned that I never used to doubt myself when I was young and as an adult that shouldn’t change. Surrender to your journey and don’t ask for permission to live”.