Sirena Grace is a singer/songwriter from Queens, New York. Her parents are immigrants from the Dominican Republic and El Salvador. Sirena’s musical influences come from her Latin roots as well as her hip-hop influences from NY. Grace mixes English & Spanish lyrics with her 5-octave-range vocals to create a Latin-infused, Pop/R&B sound.
Sirena was first noted as a powerhouse singer in 2018, after a televised rendition of “God Bless America” for the MLB Atlanta Braves in which news outlets called “powerful and emotional.” Since then, she has been asked to perform for the NBA Atlanta Hawks, the WNBA Atlanta Dream, and the Visa Big Air FIS World Cup in 2019. Sirena has also performed on multiple international stages in the UK.
Most recently, Sirena performed at the last game of the NBA 2020 regular-season between the Hawks vs. Knicks before the season was suspended due to the pandemic. Since then, she has dedicated her efforts and performances to social justice and voting rights. Events include; Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote: “Celebrate Georgia Voters Drive-in Concert” for Georgia’s senate run-off election in January 2021, and working with Lebron James’ More Than A Vote campaign.
Sirena’s early musical influences come from powerhouse vocalists such as Whitney Houston and Selena Quintanilla. She also names Gloria Estefan and singer/songwriter Romeo Santos as inspirations as well. Sirena’s motivation is to get you on your feet and spread her message of unity.
Aspiring to be more than a vocalist, Sirena wants to serve and be active in her community. She hopes to connect and bring people together through music, service, and stories that resonate. As a creator, Sirena hopes to create a space of philanthropy and innovation while treating your ears to a little Latin jazz and R&B/Hip-Hop sounds.
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