Lady Enchantress

Lady Enchantress

BandHip HopSinger/Songwriter

Singer/Songwriter/Lyricist/Percussionist Lady Enchantress combines melodic and harmonious sounds with metaphoric lyrics that are inspired by personal experiences. Lady Enchantress has a unique style influenced by Hip Hop, R&B, Latin, Pop, Soul and Jazz.

Biography

Jack of all trades best describes Lady Enchantress. As an MC/Lyricist, singer, dancer, percussionist, activist, educator and ongoing student of life, Lady Enchantress represents her values with passion finding divinity in herself through reflection and creative expression. Lady Enchantress is emerging as an undeniable and respected presence in the Hip Hop community of Boston and beyond for her multiple talents, work in the community and authenticity.

Born and raised in Boston, MA and being surrounded by musicians and artists prompted the title to Lady Enchantress’ debut album “Boston Buffet.” Released in late 2008, “Boston Buffet” is an assortment of various musical flavors - embedded in orchestrations by Executive Producer Kabluna as well as Filthy Funk- mixed with reflective, truth-telling lyrics, enchanted harmonies and melodic flows provided by Lady Enchantress and accompanied by Boston-based artists such as Eroc & Optimus of the Foundation Movement and Oasis.

Lady Enchantress has performed in Boston and several other US cities throughout the New England area, New York and California. Being from a family of performers and educators, Lady Enchantress grew up playing congas, singing and dancing Bomba, Plena and Salsa (musical genres from Puerto Rico) while being active in her community. Through her work as a community activist, she has also performed in Havana, Cuba at their 9th Annual Hip Hop Conference as the first and only female to perform on the main stage; in Colombia through a delegation organized by the American Friend’s Service Committee; in Holland through her work with Boston-based grassroots & arts organization Reflect & Strengthen; and in Puerto Rico where her family and ancestors are from. Through travel, Lady Enchantress seeks to experience global issues firsthand in order to create and nurture bonds with people from around the world; building connections through education, music and sharing of resources. She has facilitated various workshops on Hip Hop as a vehicle for change, Latin Percussion, Bomba and Plena as well as in Community Building. Lady Enchantress went on her first tour promoting her album in Colombia during the month of October 2008 to build with Hip Hop artists and activists from communities she visits, as well as perform and conduct master classes at various concerts and conferences.

Lady Enchantress has shared the stage with Don Omar, Millie Quesada, Gilberto Santarosa, Marc Anthony, The Last Poets, Dead Prez, Nice & Smooth, Medusa, Supernatural, La Bruja, Rico Pabon and many Boston-based artists such as Ed OG, Oasis, Project Move, Foundation Movement, Babaloo, Kiki Breevlife, Anjuli Stars, Rice & Beans, Rumbastica, Edwin Pabon & Orchestra, Essencia, Reflect & Strengthen, Danielle Scott, Kabluna and many more.

Discography

Boston Buffet (c) 2008
Foundatin Movement's Classics (c) 2007
VCR's Poetic Insanity (c) 2004

Set List

Sets have varied from 10 minutes to 2 hours. Typical sets include the following songs from her debut album Boston Buffet:

Sin
Boston Buffet
Reflect/Rewind
Discipline
Changes
Hopeless

Also new songs such as:

Last Drink
Couldn't Handle It
Una Nota