The COLORS studio in Berlin has quickly become a "must stop" for artists on the rise. In addition to providing additional exposure on a global scale, it's also a cool way for artists showcase their vocal skills in a unique setting. Chi-town songbird Ravyn Lenae is the latest artist to slay the mic, performing a live rendition of "Sticky" during a recent visit to the chromatic venue.
Ravyn looks quite at home surrounded by cherry red walls, reminiscent of both her Crush album cover and her signature mane. Her free-spirited, slinky moves pair well with the sinister organ chords and wicked bass licks of the Steve Lacy-produced track – captivating the viewer before she even sings a note. But make no mistake, when she does open her mouth, her crystalline vocals will stop you dead in your tracks. We're loving this performance and can't wait to see her perform it live in the near future.
Ms. Lenae is spending the summer heating up the stages of various music festivals including the inaugural Smokin Grooves Festival, Pitchfork Music Festival (in her hometown of Chicago), and Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival in Las Vegas. Visit her website for tour details, social media links and more.