Saturday, April 21, 2018

Yvette Nacer- "Who We Were Before" pristine through a sad haziness

Yvette Nacer's Who We Were Before with it's pure sound feels like pristine 60's pop. The musical and emotional cues are subtle and real. Nothing is overplayed or over dramatic but instead just simply beautiful filtered through a sad haziness. Penned by Yvette and Gustavo Galindo.

Robb Donker


Cuban-American artist Yvette Nacer has been immersed in a musically diverse world that established her early on as a rare kind of singer/musician that is comfortable in a multitude of genres. Armed with a versatile voice, a unique lyrical perspective, and a raw, unfettered talent that weaves itself effortlessly into her, songs, Yvette Nacer has performed alongside some of the industry's biggest names including Jason Mraz, Ne-Yo, Weclef Jean, Gloria Estefan, Engelbert Humperdink, All-4-One and Justin Bieber among others.
Although her songs have been heard on a variety of films and TV shows, Siruis XM and various features, Yvette Nacer's talent is not just limited to music. The multifaceted artist is also an award winning actress, having landed such coveted roles as Cha Cha in Fox's star-studded cast of Grease: LiveVanessa in the 1st National Broadway tour of In The Heights, and Kiki in the beloved Emmy Award-Winning TV series The Fresh Beat Band, to name a few.

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