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Lilli Lewis / Press

“‎Lilli Lewis Brings the promise to life in this astounding blend of sound and soul. The music is reminiscent and vibrates in your very being, like the land we all came from. Listen to [The Promised Land], the way you would want to hear directly from your ancestors...there is truth and light in there.”

"A riveting a capella opening to Lilli Lewis’s “Coretta’s Song” brings to mind a Negro spiritual, and pulls the listener in for a taut, acoustic beacon to the resilience of black women."

"Most slept on black folk singer. I listen to her when I want to be high on my soul. Don't know how I'd make it without Sleepers Wake."

"She is the TRUTH wrapped, draped, molded, drummed into a wonderful morning that never ends. Every tune is well thought and effortless. From my first listen, I was struck with awe and admiration. If you don't have this in your life, you NEED to get it. Period."

“Lilli Lewis is fierce! She blessed my home with music and words. My guests were very excited to be serenaded by such an impressive artist.”

Mary Anne Adams - Fan

“Lilli Lewis was the surprise guest at my birthday party. When she hit the first note, I knew immediately it was her playing around the corner because I had listened to her cd many times. The best thing about her performance was that it will always come to mind every time I play her music on my stereo. Her mini-concert will always be a very special memory in my heart and in my ears.”

Angela Denise Davis - Fan

“I worked with lilli lewis & I was blown away... I was in the band and became a huge fan- Songwriting and Vocals -TOP NOTCH!”

“Lilli Lewis' Sanguine Song is the next piece that really moves the listener. Phrasing, soulfulness, and grit all make this piece come to life. The sound is like a female Bobby McFerrin, but with lyrics one might expect from a group like Sweet Honey In The Rock. This is one of the most raw and exposed pieces on the album.”