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La' Rae Taylor
Biography Washington, DC USA
At the age of 4 years old, this soul stirring, sultry contralto knew that she would one day become apart of the elite group of performers that would touch the hearts of music lovers everywhere with a style that is unmistakably her own. Having grown up in a family that has a strong background in Gospel, La’Rae first entered the music industry at the age of 16, during this time, her talents were noticed by Arista Recording Artist Kenny Lattimore for whom she was afforded the opportunity to sing background vocals for at a local venue, during the run of his first project. She has since been featured as a solo artist on various Gospel Projects such as Sam Kendrick & The Nation of Holiness (produced by Sam Kendrick of Seven Sons of Soul) and Freddye Jackson & Agape the winners of the first Quaker Oats Gospel Competition in Washington, DC. Her vocal style is jazzy and smooth, yet, energetic and powerful, a raw talent with versatility that is all her own. The Year 2005 brought new worlds to conquere as La' Rae traveled abroad to accolaids in Sicily, Italy while ministering as one of the premier vocalist of upcoming Praise & Worship Artist "Yadah". As a Solo Artist and writer, La’Rae has developed a sound in Soul Contemporary Gospel that has all the makings of a vocalist that will be around for years to come. Her major influences are such artist as Phyllis Hyman, Anita Baker, CeCe Winans, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn and Billie Holliday to name a few. Although her background is Gospel, she has a passion for jazz that can be heard clearly in every vocal performance. La’ Rae has a vision to bring her love for music to life and inspire the world for generations to come.