British songstress Rachel Kerr has released her long-awaited debut album titled Masterpeace, after months of anticipation. This is the third project from the Walsall artists of African and Caribbean descent.
Rachel Kerr is no stranger to the music community in the United Kingdom, and she has made her mark in the music industry for over a decade, touring the United States, the United Kingdom, and Africa and opening for famous names like Lauryn Hill, Brandy, Musiq Soulchild, K. Michelle, Kirk Franklin, and Fred Hammond.
Aside from her work as a singer-songwriter, the MOBO Award winner is also a businesswoman. She has worked as a vocal coach with some of Africa’s top artists, including Tiwa Savage, P-Square, and Waje, through her performing arts academy, Singercise.
Rachel Kerr is now open to sharing her first album Masterpeace with the world, following the MOBO award-winning 2012 EP Back to Music and the 2016 mixtape Unboxed. “Through my musical Masterpeace, I’m releasing hope rather than just my debut album“, the singer says.
Billed as Rachel Kerr’s most sincere musical work, Masterpeace is an unfiltered and unapologetic representation, touching on themes of love, optimism, and positive affirmations, with all 11 songs written and co-produced by the Walsall native.
Listen to Masterpeace below: