Sherece rolls out a brand new single titled ‘Faded Emotions’.
The rising singer shares her regrets following a relationship in the break-up anthem produced by Walter ‘Tha Future’ Russell and Junior Brown for Nuh Rush Records.
Stream Sherece new ‘Faded Emotions’ single below.
Sherece Campbell is a talented singer and songwriter known for her R&B and Christian influenced sound. She was born in Montego Bay, Jamaica, in 1999.
I grew up hearing music everywhere I went. My father, Sevan Campbell, was a prosperous singer and was a part of the reason why I sing today. As a young child, my favorite song was Fallin’ by Alicia Keys. It had to have been the very first song that I sang without actually knowing who sang it.
One of my older sisters told me when I was a toddler, she would play it in the house all the time. It carried so much soul and passion with the piano and drawn out notes. To this day, it is still one of my favorite songs. The reason I love music so much is because I believe the sound itself holds a story. It can be a person’s way of expressing themselves. When I listen to just the music itself, I feel connected and in-sync with every exaggerated and subtle instrument. Even when writing songs today, there are various things to talk about through song. Some of my songs are about something I’m going through in my own life. I believe people would be able to relate to my music, in a sense that some songs are about situations and experiences that everyone go through. Since my family is very passionate about their religion, I was always in the church.
I would partake in Praise and Worship with my father and later on became Praise and Worship leader at my church. We would perform at numerous churches and concerts in the West Palm Beach area. Becoming Praise and Worship leader helped me advance in many different ways, such as stage performance and how I produce my sound.
I was very shy as a child and it took me a long time to be comfortable with singing in front of an audience. But taking that role pushed me to find my voice and helped me control my vocals better. I then gained notice in my late teens with I did a cover remake of Gospel Hit, Oceans by Hillsong United. Shortly after, I opened for Empire’s Yazz the Greatest at the Broward Center for Performing Arts at a Memorial Day concert in 2017. I am currently pursuing my first album.