Indie Music Artist Eternal Zion Receives Rave Reviews For Unique Vocal Style That Creates Profound Healing Effects
With a style all its own, Eternal Zion (EZ) is widely acclaimed by critics and fans alike.
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, USA, May 18, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — To the delight of his fans, independent artist EZ announced that she will be releasing a new album titled “Trials and Tribulations” on 6/4/21. As a studio engineer and singer, EZ has a unique way of programming healing frequencies into her music to help uplift people and help them manifest their dreams.
“I’m really excited to drop my next project,” says EZ. “I will be creating three videos for three songs on the album that are all sequential and spiritually conceptual in nature. I know a lot of people will feel connected to these videos.”
The artist adds that she believes in making a difference by using her talents and knowledge to help others find their way in life.
“Music is meant to inspire, and it’s how we can heal ourselves on a massive scale. That’s what God sent me here to do, to help others grow through love and selfless acts.”
EZ has played over 25 local shows in the Bay Area and performed with D’Wayne Wiggins at Mindseed Studios. D’Wayne Wiggins helped develop the early careers of Beyonce, Kehlani, Keyshia Cole and Alicia Keys, among others. EZ also performed during a show hosted by Mistah Fab.
Born and raised in Oakland, California, EZ started rapping when she was 13 years old. His older sister Amina Harris has also established herself well in the industry, having featured on Keyshia Cole’s hit song “Shoulda Let You Go” in 2007. EZ won first place in a Coast to Coast live competition after having performed his single ‘On a rocket.’
Renowned for entertaining and audience-pleasing performances, EZ has released five albums so far since 2019, including “Food for Thought”, “Relationship Goals”, “Transcendence”, “This is a Mockery”, with her latest album “Trials and Tribulations will be released in June. Its singles include “Freedom”, “Check” and “On a Rocket”.