Sa’Rayah is a soulful, multifaceted vocalist, recording artist, producer, actress, and motivational speaker. The Chicago native fell in love with music as a young child and started her journey as a singer in church where she performed her first song at the tender age of five. She is most known for her heart-felt performances on the hit television show, NBC’s ‘The Voice’, where she was mentored by Grammy Award-winning artist, Alicia Keys, and pop star, Miley Cyrus. Her vocal performances of Etta James’ “I’d Rather Go Blind” and Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart’s, ’I’ll Take Care of You,” served as one of the show’s greatest highlights and even landed her at #1 on the iTunes Blues Charts.
Sa’Rayah has shared stages with artists such as the legendary Stevie Wonder, Celine Dión, Ariana Grande, Enrique Iglesias, Shanice Wilson, and K. Michelle to name a few. She’s been featured on ESPN delivering her powerful rendition of the National Anthem for hometown teams such as the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Cubs. Sa’Rayah has been featured in musical productions for the hit television series, “Empire” on FOX. She’s undeniably become a fan favorite of one of Chicago’s top professional event bands, the Chicago Catz.
Sa’Rayah has received the Illinois Music Educator’s Association Award of Excellence (IMEA) multiple times and has also received Superior rankings in vocal competitions over the Chicagoland Area. She studied and acquired a Degree in Performing Arts with an emphasis on musical theater and vocal performance.
Having experienced both the ups and downs of life in the industry of entertainment, Sa’Rayah is an artist who inspires belief that, through faith & perseverance, all things and all DREAMS are possible.