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Meresha / Press

"Meresha may soon be on a first-name basis with the public."

Bill Meredith - Palm Beach Post

“Her... EP “New Revolution,” adds elements of Prince and Annie Lennox to its predecessor’s impressive echoes of Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush and Amy Winehouse."”

Bill Meredith - Palm Beach Post

"Think pop music for those who have discriminating tastes. As if Joss Stone and Bjork had a musical baby."

"Meresha brings a new revolution in the music industry with her new EP!" -

"Meresha is a visionary symbol for the optimistic and efficient freethinkers of this generation. The EP is a fusion of zeitgeist beats applicable to today’s music trends."

“Rating: ***** (five stars) For a young up-and-coming singer-songwriter, Meresha gives the listener a good indication of her talents. The four songs included on the New Revolution release are nicely varied which indicates a strong ability to write songs and to produce music. And her vocal delivery on the songs also gives a good indication of her abilities to perform. With a debut release this strong, one can only imagine where Meresha will go from here.”

"Like A Young Princess, Meresha Composes And Performs Her Own Eclectic Mix Of Provocative Music."

"Florida’s rising beatsmith, songwriter, vocalist Meresha arrives on the scene with her EP New Revolution" -

“Meresha is an enthusiastic and engaging self-starter from West Palm Beach, Florida who possesses a rich, soulful voice that belies her teenage years. She’s been composing and recording her own music for over 5 years and her 2nd pop/dance/electronic EP, titled New Revolution, is out April 14th. “Lemonade City” is the first cut off of it and it’s made for the shade on a hot summer day in the city. Meresha actually keeps her emotions in check for most of this urban electro-pop number, laying down a scintillating beat, deep reverberations, and squiggly electronic notes as she intones “swayin’ to them old-school beats in the summer breeze”. The song is charged with a restless, uneasy energy as Meresha edgily proclaims “you’ll die young if you follow our lead”, a reminder that there’s danger, as well as delight, to be found in the neighborhoods of ‘Lemonade City’…”

“This cover of Alicia Keys "Fallin'" surpasses the original, IMHO. Yet this oh-so talented - and as yet unsigned - American artiste has a much wider repertoire.”

"Meresha, a rising unsigned singer is emerging to become one of the leaders in entertainment of this decade."

“The versatile vocalist is..impressively responsible for all instrumental and vocal sounds”