Music's Metaphor: Pop/Soul Artist Rachel Burns is Triumphant in Single “I Did It”
Sitting on her mountain top, Rachel Burns is a triumphant and inspirational beacon of hope in her latest single “I Did It”.
Booming with the enchanting mantra “I Did It”, Rachel stands tall over the struggles, trauma, heartbreak, and abuse that tried to bring her down.
Produced by Donnie Lyle, the listener resonates with Rachel’s journey as she overcomes adversity to not only survive but thrive and come out on the other side.
The Washington DC-based pop/soul singer-songwriter has become known for her unique fusion of combining life’s humor with heartbreak and a flair of theatrics.
Influenced by Amy Winehouse, Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, and Tina Turner, Rachel shines in her own lane by adding a special twist of blues, country, and jazz into her original music.
The Stage III Breast Cancer survivor continues to use music to speak life into her audience and remind people that they are conquerors, fighters, and survivors.
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