Rebecca’s transparency is revealed through her music and lyrics. She pours her heart and soul into every element of her songwriting and performances. Her soothing, solid, sultry voice is unmistakable. Rebecca’s ability to combine her “old Soul” with a fresh flare is captivating in itself and one you must listen to.
Her inspirations include many of the legends such as, Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James, Nat King Cole and pop artists such as, Alicia Keys, John legend, Adele, Bruno Mars and Christina Aguilera. She has also been greatly influenced by Reggae greats, Bob Marley, Barrington Levy and John Holt.
Her love for music has been with her since the young age of two years old, when she first started performing in front of a live audience. At four she debuted with solos and was given standing ovations before her songs were completed. She then began singing on stage before church audiences of 1500-1800 people, holding incredible composure and presence all of her own. She always felt at home on the stage and never failed to smile while captivating her audience and she learned early "the joy of singing and truly loved to do it".
Early in her musical career she participated in the San Juan County fair singing contest and won in the “Teen Category” winning competition two years in a row and being interviewed live on radio with Bret Stevens, DJ and host of the Morning show with Bret and Jen on Clear Channel Radio’s Star 102.9, given the opportunity to sing live on the radio. During the interview, Bret Stevens mentioned, “A lot of people will tell me, I want to pursue a career in music, and then I hear them sing and I think maybe that’s not the way to go. But for you I think that’s a terrific idea!”
When performing she knows just how important is to bring her audience into her world of song. “When I sing, I am telling a story.” She allows the music to move her, because she believes that it comes from within. Rebecca’s love for music has turned into her passion for life. Her Latin and Caribbean heritage sparks the desire to cross into many different genres of music such as Island Reggae, Pop and Soul.
Her personal quote is “Music is more powerful than people think and it definitely can have a huge impact on people.” Rebecca's heart is to become a successful artist who can positively influence people locally and around the world.
With that being said, Rebecca was recently given the opportunity to sing The National Anthem for New Mexico Lobos basketball and baseball games. She has performed at several events at Brown Mackie College, and she continues to perform around Albuquerque.
She was also featured on New Mexico’s Channel 11, performing several of her original songs from her New Album "Seize the Day" that debuts her single "Seize the Day" and "Let Love Take Over" She is an artist who has always desired to cross into different genres of music. “I will not settle for music to be my dream, I want it to be my Life!