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Artist Spotlight: Kendra Williams



2012 Underground music award nominee, Kendra Williams is no longer a well-kept secret. She embodies the trifecta of a Singer, Songwriter and actress all in her 6ft 1 statuses figure. Given the name the “Queen of the Bayou” due to her mesmerizing stage presence and her powerful vocal ability she captures audience’s one note at a time.

Kendra riding high off the success of Portrait of a Woman is prepped to release her new album to the public. With a new team of producers, manager and promotions team she wants to hit the game hard. The new album is filled with the R&B soul everyone has been missing over the past few years. Love is revitalized listening to the collection of songs on this album.

At the age of seven Kendra began singing in her Church Choir.  As time went on  Kendra began to realize her gift and entered in local talent shows and festivals where she became the fans favorite. During a performance, Kendra caught the attention of the R&B soul group Frankie Beverly &Maze.  She was offered the opportunity to tour as a background singer.  Being the daughter of a preacher Kendra honored her parent’s wishes and turned the offer down. This missed opportunity was just the beginning of her career as she knew it. Now Kendra is 3x Nola Hip Hop award nominee, Underground Music Awards Nominee and Nola People’s choice awards Nominee. Already given the name Queen of the Bayou she is looking to be the Queen of the R&B game.    
          
Kendra has shared the stage with talents such as Lyfe Jennings, Monica and Mario just to name a few. Kendra has become one of the most sought after performers in New Orleans. Kendra’s voice can now be heard from mixtapes to debut albums worldwide. As a songwriter Kendra penned the New Orleans hit “How Would You Like” for Bstreezy, as well as several songs featured on her debut album “Portrait of a Woman”.  Staring in the stage plays “Did Love Cause Me to Hurt” and “I Know I’ve Been Changed” allowed Kendra to give the world a glimpse of her phenomenal acting skills.

 With a resume like hers that speaks for itself you can understand why she is climbing charts everywhere from New Orleans to New York.


Don’t let her sultry look fool you her voice can slay any man and turn a woman against the love of her life. Portrait of a Woman was just the beginning with this new album she plans to captivate your mind, soul and heart. Kendra Williams is tired of waiting to be the next but is moving towards the now.

Check out "Gave you my all"



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Knowledge Borne (Manager)
PH: 347-698-9656
KnowledgeBorne@gmail.com

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  1. THANK U FOR THE SPOTLIGHT & THANK U FOR SUPPORTING MY MUSIC


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