Brooklyn artist Serious Voice has been tapped by Film Director Spike Lee for a placement in his “She’s Gotta Have It“ TV series to air on Netflix this Fall. Her “Woah” song with collaborating artist Mr.C is featured on her newly released album “Shofar” released under the Serious PPL Music/MooreBeats imprint.
He’s Gotta Have It!
Read more about the small screen adaptation of the Spike Lee classic, here. Spike Lee made headlines earlier this year when he pulled Chrisette Michelle‘s music from production following her decision to perform during the Inaugural Ball for Donald Trump last January. For more information about Spike Lee’s search for new original music for his series, click here.
Not your average inspirational song, “Woah” is a breath of fresh air, with a dash of worship, attitude, and realness. The placement on the Netflix film is big for Serious Voice, you can imagine her reaction to the news…”woah”!
“The basis of the song is that we don’t achieve success on our own merit, there’s a definite higher being who seeks to bless us. When that door opens or awesome thing happens, it automatically has us saying something like a ‘woah.'”
“Woah” showcases Serious Voice’s strong alto unabashedly as Radio Personality Mr. C joins her on the third verse for an explosive climax. This “urban worship” track produced by So Fo Real, is bound to resonate with many and lead them into true worship.
About Serious Voice:
New York based female rapper/singer/producer Serious Voice, is known for going hard when delivering songs. The multiple award-nominated rapper recently captured the attention of Sway Calloway of “Sway in The Morning” and was given the opportunity to freestyle during a live taping of his morning show at 2017 SXSW in Austin, TX.
Her verse was broadcast live on Sirius XM and has since garnered tens of thousands of views on Youtube. Since then she has been featured on THISIS50.COM and numberous blogs, websites, radio stations and platforms including DJ Wadeo, a leading contributor in Christian Rap.
To date, she has received press from national publication ESSENCE MAGAZINE, HIPHOPONDECK, ThisIs50.com and a number of other publications. In May 2017, she performed at The Prudential Center for McDonald’s Gospelfest, in front of more than twenty-two thousand fans, sharing the stage with notables like Erica Campbell, Hezekiah Walker, Anthony Brown and Group Therapy and others.