Soulful. Sensual. Powerful. Earthy.
These are just some of the words used to describe the sound of international recording artist Andrea Love. Influenced by her Gospel roots, with Jazz and R&B overtones, and a vocal range over 5 octaves - she is undeniably a musical force to be reckoned with.
She has worked with some of music’s hottest producers and artists including George Duke, Michael Manson, Terri Lyne Carrington, Chante Moore, Ledisi, Dianne Reeves, Nona Hendryx, Lalah Hathaway, Rahsaan Patterson, Angela Winbush, Al Jarreau, Marc "M-Doc" Williams, Eric "E Smoove" Miller, Maurice Joshua, Oleta Adams, Frank McComb, Esperanza Spalding, Darius Brooks, and Terisa Griffin.
In 2001 Andrea began working with Grammy nominated remix producer Eric "E Smoove" Miller, who, when asked about working with her says, "Andrea is a phenomenal talent and her passion for music is unmatched. I believe our musical connection was sent from heaven". Their meeting resulted in a funky Inspirational House song entitled “Shined On Me” (Praise Cats f/ Andrea Love - Subliminal Records), which has been her biggest international hit to date.
The song was well received in Europe’s Dance/House music scene. Often being at the top of most major European Dance Music charts, it gained two nominations for the 2002 Italian Dance Music Awards, including Best New Dance Artist and Song of the Year. The success of the song also allowed her to perform throughout Europe, including special television appearances on the legendary music show "Hit Machine" in France, and the annual "Festival Bar" in Italy, where she was listed on the same bill with Avril Lavigne, Michelle Branch and Shakira.
Andrea has an ever growing catalog of music she has written and recorded with some of today’s most notable European DJs and music producers including Sergio D’Angelo, Steven Stone, Mind Street, Yooks, and Dutchican Soul. She is currently working on new music projects set for release in 2020, including releases with the legendary Ralphi Rosario.
On music and her career, Andrea says, "My love affair with music is something that's hard to put into words. There’s this high that I get when I sing, whether I'm on stage dressed up or standing barefoot in my living room. It’s a euphoric, sensual feeling that makes me invincible, and that feeling has become my addiction. I just want to continue walking in what I know I was truly meant to do before anything else - use my voice to deliver life‘s music."