At just 16, Jesaiah Ellice Baer introduced her gift to the world, auditioning in front of the famous judges of the American Idol, where she was unanimously accepted to compete in Season 12. While the Idol spotlight brought her Hollywood, a city filled with stars, Jesaiah, as she is known to her fans, is only just now coming into her musical identity. The singer just released “Rómpela y Calla”, the first single from her upcoming album. The single is a testament to Jesaiah's resilience.
“Growing up as a Latina Jew, I found it very difficult to embrace my culture. I felt pressured to hide parts of myself in order to ‘fit in’ and not feel ‘less’. But now I know that I am fierce and strong and will never, ever be ashamed of who I am,” explains Jesaiah when asked about her heritage.
Jesaiah’s message to the world is clear: “Wear your scars with pride!” And she carries them with her even on stage, wearing a scar marked on her face in a symbolic way.
In 2018, she partnered with Peruvian music producer Emmanuel André Mendives aka “Sonnemm” and “Sonnemm Records”. Their first release together was “Tragedy”, which is the official Spanish version of the multi-platinum band's classic song “Bee Gees” with a touch of pop and lyrics in Spanish.
Rómpela y Calla is the latest single and preview of what will be her new EP and will be released during the first quarter of 2021.
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