Audience on a musical journey by singing different genres and languages (Cherokee – Tsalagi, Spanish, French, Brasilian Portuguese, Hebrew, and Italian).
Philly native Soul Singer/songwriter, part African American, French, and Native american ivy Chanel (Hip-Hop Legend, Hall of Fame Inductee, DJ Cash Money’s sister) returns to the foreground with her new smooth soul jazz inspirational anthem ‘MAKE ME WANNA “is available on all digital outlets. The Music Video will subsequently premiere on April 29 th; This is the fourth single taken from her forthcoming album releasing this fall ‘Up In The Air.
“Make Me Wanna” was produced by the united kingdom Legend MBE Omar Lye-Fook. Also, it was cowritten by Curtis Richardson (Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Craig David, Joss Stone), Morris “Mo” Pleasure (MD for Earth Wind and Fire, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson), and Ivy Chanel, a transcontinental collaboration that involved some established music heavy hitters.
“Make Me Wanna” is a fusion of Philly Soul, British Soul, Hip Hop, Funk with a touch of Indigenous native and Gospel Sounds at its root. This euphoric, rhythmic track is gumbo of so many different sonic flavors for all music lovers to enjoy. As Ivy Chanel describes… “Make Me Wanna” is an expression of feeling loved by the Creator, self, and significant other. This song is a representation of that Agape Love, Unconditional Love.”
Having performed for Presidents and other dignitaries around the world and worked with award-winning artists and producers; Q-tip, Scratch Professor, Biz Markie, MBE Omar Lyefook, Mo Pleasure, The Temper Trap, Curtis Richardson, Freedom C+C Music Factory, DJ Kazu, to name a few, Ivy Chanel is additionally a sought after vocal coach described by Simon Cowell as “Fantastic,” she has tutored a couple of artists from his camp like Oritsé Williams (JLS). Ivy has also worked with Anthony Duncan (Flawless), contestants from Missy Elliot’s ‘Road to Stardom and The Voice.
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Ivy Chanel’s heritage is a huge a part of who she is as an artist, and she represents her Native American roots as strongly as her African American ones: “There’s so much more to our story, past and present. I wish to be a conduit for greater awareness and understanding using my God-given talent,” Ivy Chanel. Ivy Chanel vocal arranged sung backgrounds and lead vocals. “Make Me Wanna” is available now on All digital outlets and the Official Video on April 29th, 2021. Check out her new website www.ivychanel.com.
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