LOVE” | Her Pulsating Song That Digs into Matters of the Heart

#1 Billboard dance artist Kendra Erika and Grammy Award
winning producer Damon Sharpe unite for a fifth time on
“A Deeper Love,” their powerful new song that urges listeners
to dig deeper into matters of the heart.  “We millennials have
spread ourselves too thin by searching for approval and
validation on so-cial media from people we don’t even know,”
Kendra explains.  She believes millennials need to
concentrate on the important people in their lives and find
ways to express their love more tangibly and substantially so
that the person on the receiving end really feels it.  “That may
mean exposing our vulnerability and even risking rejection,”
she warns.  “A Deeper Love” is being released globally and
is available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon, and all other
major retailers as well as for streaming through Pandora
and Spotify.  Its music video is on Youtube.

“I believe the word ‘love’ has many
layers,” Kendra reflects from her
South Flori-da home.  “The deepest
layer of love can only be attained
when we start seeing the good and
potential in everyone.”

This applies to today’s gender equality movement.  “#MeToo
has made a lot of progressive moves for women,” Kendra
continues. “But I can’t help but feel that a movement that
initially was meant to even the playing field has fragmented
the dynamic between sexes where the man’s perspective
has been dimmed, over-shadowed by the woman’s word
or perspective.”

“At the end of the day, we are all human and in order to
achieve A Deeper Love, we must love and respect one
other equally,” she says.

Kendra Erika is a singer/songwriter based in South Florida.
She was trained in classical and jazz music, but draws inspiration from artists like Lana Del Rey, Solange, Ellie Goulding, and London
Grammar who make sentimental music that is felt in the bones.  She successfully employs bold and often poetic mes-sages to her club

Her first single, “Oasis,” climbed to #9 on the Billboard Dance Chart in 2016.  “Under My Skin” reached #6 in the summer of 2017 and
“Self Control,” released in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Laura Branigan’s classic song, hit the #1 spot in January 2019.

All were produced by Damon Sharpe, a producer who has worked with a wide array of pop artists including Jennifer Lopez, Ariana
Grande, Kylie Minogue, Kelly Rowland, Monica, 98 Degrees, Anastacia, and Natalie Cole.  

“The success of Self Control taught me to trust my instinct,” Kendra Erika
re-veals today. “I knew if I tweaked it’s message just a bit, it would speak to
today’s listeners.”   

She aims to do the same with “A Deeper Love,” a track she fell in love with the moment she first heard its mesmerizing beat.  “I was on
the stair master at the gym and the minute that beat dropped, I almost fell off the machine with it, it was so good!”

She says she related to the song’s understated strength.  “As I’ve grown as an artist, I’ve really come to embrace my individuality. Where I
used to try to hide my individuality by blending in with the crowd, I’m now grateful to be different.  I ap-preciate myself more than ever
before and that’s what I hope my music inspires in others: acceptance and love of self.”


To learn more about Kendra Erika and “A Deeper Love”, visit and follow her on Facebook @ KendraErikaMusic, Twitter
@ Kendra_Erika and Instagram @ kendraerikamusic.   

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