Lea Lorien

Lea Lorien is a singer, songwriter and artist. She is a twice Grammy-nominated performer and IDMA winner, along with being included in Vanity Fair’s Downtown 100. Her debut single with Grammy-winning producer/remixer David Morales was featured on his album “2 Worlds Collide” and reached #1 on the Billboard Dance charts. She has performed and recorded with the likes of Mary J. Blige, Carl Thomas, Brandi, Patti Austin, Michael Bolton, Dreams Come True, Shania Twain, Angélique Kidjo, BLUR, David Bronson and the Grammy-winning group Scissor Sisters. Keeping her musical taste broad, Lea has also written with Mario Winans, Duo Live, and Alicia Keys, and collaborated with DJ/producer/remixer Mike Cruz on the house/garage track, “I Try”. Lea is an alumna of the CityKids Repertory Company in New York City, which enabled her to travel the country and perform in front of presidents, celebrities, schools, senior living facilities, and shelters. While in CityKids, Lea was given the opportunity to start singing background for actor Malik Yoba as well as to co-write “Get In The Game” — the opening theme song for the Arthur Ashe Stadium. Her most recent works include a co-write with Adam Joseph of “So Incredible” featuring Inaya Day, and the South African #1 Billboard chart-topping single “Bigger Than Life” produced by Lem Springsteen of Mood II Swing & Louie Vega. Written in honor of Eric Garner, Lorien, Lem and Louie teamed up again to write “I Deserve To Breathe” featuring the legendary Adeva.