Few artists exemplify genuine raw emotion, rollercoaster story scenarios and a work ethic like no other than Houston-bred singer and songwriter Inayah. An artist who paints dynamic pictures through words, she has become known as one of the most relatable songstresses in entertainment, a modern-day Mary J Blige.
With a naturally infectious personality, clever wit, and sharp one-liners, the singer found herself the centre of a viral moment when she posted an unofficial remake of Ella Mai’s 2017 hit single “Boo’d Up.” Capitalizing on that moment, Inayah flipped her 15 minutes into a full-blown and successful musical career releasing more content leading to multiple record label offers eventually finding a home and partnership with EMPIRE. Her debut album S.O.L.A.R was released in 2019 with lead singles “Best Thing” and “Sugar Daddy.”
Coming off the release of her most vulnerable and transitional project to date, ‘Insecure’, Inayah is in a great place in life. However, some relatable weights and emotions filter through. She touches on mental health, postpartum depression, second-guessing and burnout emotions that come with life and relationships. Witness an electrifying performance from her at the Jazz Café this January.