Somaya Reece Comes Back Strong with Empowering Track “Witness Glory”

Afro Latina recording artist Somaya Reece is gearing up for a powerful comeback with her latest single, “Witness Glory.” Describing the track as raw and gritty, she offers listeners a glimpse into her vulnerability and personal journey. In a recent interview, Somaya shared her intention to bring impactful records to the industry, aiming to connect with those who have faced struggles and depression, offering inspiration in today’s challenging world.

“Witness Glory” isn’t just a reintroduction for Somaya Reece; it’s a testament to her ability to create catchy music with positive messages of triumph and overcoming obstacles. “My style of music is very girl power/girl forward. I am focused on empowering women,” she explains. With her unique blend of singing and rapping in both English and Spanish, Somaya sets herself apart as an artist with a mission to add depth and substance to the music scene.

Born into poverty to immigrant parents from El Salvador and raised in South Central Los Angeles, Somaya’s journey has been one of resilience and determination. Inspired by the late Celia Cruz from a young age, she learned to play the violin and earned honors as the lead violinist in her public school choir. Recognized by XXL as a Female Emcee You Need To Know, Somaya’s music has been likened to the Spanish flow of Pitbull, leading her to open and tour for Pitbull’s Calle Ocho tour in Miami and Latin America.

Now serving as the CEO of her own record label, La Rosa Ent., Somaya Reece is making a triumphant return to the music scene with “Witness Glory,” marking a significant moment in her career after a 5-year musical hiatus. The single is set to release independently through a digital distribution deal with Tunecore.

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