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Although Rachel Kerr released her MOBO award-winning debut EP "Back to Music" in 2012, many activities led to that pivotal moment in her life. As the EP title implies, its message was to inform her fans and listeners about her return to music. After months of anticipation, UK-based singer-songwriter of Caribbean and African heritage Rachel Kerr is back with her debut album “Masterpeace”. Rachel Kerr is no stranger when it comes to music in the UK. For over a decade, she has made her presence felt in various ways, from touring the US, UK, and Africa to opening for big musical acts such as Lauryn Hill, Brandy, Musiq Soulchild, K. Michelle, Kirk Franklin, and Fred Hammond. Aside from her career as a singer-songwriter, The Grammy Award Association member and BET Music Matters endorsed artiste are entrepreneurs. Under her performing arts academy, Singercise, she has worked with some of Africa’s most prominent artists, including Tiwa Savage, P-Square, and Waje as a vocal coach. Having the MOBO award-winning 2012 EP “Back to Music” and 2016’s free-mixtape titled “Unboxed” under her belt, Rachel Kerr is finally ready to share her debut album “Masterpeace” with the world. “It’s more than releasing my first album; I’m releasing hope through my musical Masterpeace”. Choosing to write and co-produce all 11 tracks herself, “Masterpeace” is a pure and unapologetic expression of Rachel Kerr’s most sincere musical work, which touches on the themes of love, hope, and positive affirmations.

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