The pop singer known as Lena Williams has released her latest official single track, “Keep My Name Out Ya Mouth.” The single has been proudly published as an independent music release without the involvement or interference of the corporate music infrastructure. Catchy, direct, powerful, elegant and feminine, “Keep My Name Out Ya Mouth” is a track that introduces Lena Williams to her audience as all of these things and much, much more.
Music by Lena Williams has subtlety and charm which exudes strength and determination. Her tones are sultry and mellow without ever coming off as quiet or demure. The topics of her songs, songs such as “What U Mad For,” “On Another Planet” and “Touch My Body,” are sensual, autobiographical, and never delivered with a pulled punch. Fans of Williams love her for her earnest lyrics and classy manner of singing, as well as for some of the most well-produced back beats in hip hop anywhere.
South-Carolina born Lena Williams has been singing since she was able to talk. Her first formal music experiences came from practicing and performing with church choirs as soon as she was able. By the age of 10, she was writing her own music. Her first group was founded by Williams, herself. She called the group the Dope Girls. At merely 12 years old she was booked as the opening act for Tracy Morgan at McGuire AFB.
Willams began working with a local producer at the age of 20 but never did anything with these recordings beyond saving them for posterity. Her official ReverbNation bio states that “[Lena] believed God blessed with her with a talent and that she would one day make it … She met her boyfriend, now husband, Robert Williams when she was just 21 years old. She was so caught up in love with him that she no longer focused on music. They decided they wanted to move away from New Jersey and relocate to Maryland.”
In Maryland Williams describes life there as “perfect.” She had love and a solid, well-paying job, nice cars and a nice home. Nevertheless, her bio states that “Even though they had all of these things Lena was still very unhappy. She knew that music was her passion and she knew that their was more to her life then just working full time for a boss that she disliked. She performed at a few local bars but that was about it.”
A job opportunity arising from a promotion in 2013 allowed her to relocate to Atlanta, GA, however.
“She was ecstatic about moving to the area,” her bio explains, “because Georgia has had lots of successful artists and she felt she could be the next big thing. A year after relocating the company she worked for closed down and she was laid off. Instead of her stressing or being upset she looked at this sudden change as a positive opportunity. She believed that this was a sign from God to go after what she had always dreamed about. Lena is currently networking and working on music so you can expect lots of things from her very soon.”
Lena Williams fans, that time is now.
“Keep My Name Out Ya Mouth” by Lena Williams is available online worldwide beginning 4 January 2015. Don’t miss it.
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