Kendra Foster

As Kendra Foster circled the globe, with George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars and D’Angelo and The Vanguard, gracing TV screens multiple times, she made a few pit stops along the way — which included scooping up two Grammys for her work on D’Angelo’s “Black Messiah” and writing and recording a solo album infused with her heart, thoughts and musical ministry. On the heels of her work co-writing the Grammy-winning song, “Really Love,” & Grammy-winning album, “Black Messiah” with D’Angelo, she independently released her solo single “Promise to Stay Here” in 2016. amassing over eight million streams. Right behind the single, she independently released her self-titled album “Kendra Foster”, which she nurtured and cradled as she collaborated with legendary artists. Her soul-based fusion is peppered with jazz, funk, hip-hop, rock, classical, world, electronica and gospel. One of her songs, “Step into the Light”, was featured on the most recent season’s final episode of “Being Mary Jane”. Kendra is constantly building catalogs of work with multiple producers for collaboration. She joined forces with producer King Karnov, and also created a side artist entity, Goldfinger & The Butterfly, with pianist/composer/producer/music director Ray Angry. Goldfinger & The Butterfly independently released their single “Daylight” in 2017, and released a video for the single in 2018. Her first solo album, “Myriadmorphonicbiocorpomelodicrealityshapeshifter,” was actually recorded in 2003 under a production deal with George Clinton. It was never officially released, so Kendra released it independently in 2007.