London folk and soul singer Ayanna Witter-Johnson has a beautiful voice and moving music that all of the world will soon hear. Hailed by Huffington Post UK as “One To Watch” in 2014, Ayanna is preparing for the release of her Black Panther EP and you have got to hear the title track, which also doubles as the lead single. “Black Panther” uses an interesting metaphor to tell a tale of love and pain. Ayanna fills us in on the details of her past love with her passionate vocals while impressively strumming the cello and piano as well. Having performed at the legendary Apollo Theater and played alongside artists like Jamie Cullum and Omar Lye-Fook in the past, this talented woman has certainly paid her dues and perfected her craft. Following up her 2011 Truthfully EP release, Black Panther finds Ayanna conquering four inspiring tracks including her own special take on Bill Withers‘ 1971 hit “Grandma’s Hands.” Visit Ayanna Witter-Johnson’s official website to pre-order a copy of her Black Panther EP and check out the stunning visuals for the title track right here as well.
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