Rachel London is a singer/songwriter creating a genre all her own by infusing contemporary pop with authentically raw and unapologetic lyricism. Rachel’s work exudes soulful depth and charismatic charm. As a recording artist and songwriter, Rachel receives accolades from many top industry professionals including Quincy Jones, who speaks of Rachel and her music by saying, “I’m impressed!”
Career highlights include having a number one single on the European Indie Music Charts, performing alongside the legendary Dionne Warwick at the Jackie Gleason Fillmore Theatre for the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame tribute to Quincy Jones, being a featured artist on MTV, having music placed in ads and television programming and working with powerhouse writers and producers.
Rudy Perez, billboard’s producer of the decade, says, “Rachel London is a unique artist with organic style. She has the ‘it’ factor and is one to watch.” Wendy Starland, the hall-of-fame songwriter who is responsible for discovering and developing talents such as Lady Gaga and Gavin Degraw, speaks highly of her as well by emphasizing, “Rachel London has hit songs. Period. When you hear hooks this infectious, you are bound to see a big career unfolding.” Writer and producer, Mike Gonsolin, known for his work with Snoop Dogg, Limp Bizkit and Billy Ray Cyrus adds, “As a producer, I can say I am proud to work with Rachel London. Her artistic identity will make a mark on this industry for years to come.”
Favorite mentors and co-writers also include the legendary Mark Hudson (Ozzy Osbourne, Aerosmith, Cher, Celine Dion), Troy Remi (Timbaland, Sean Paul, Bruno Mars, Nicki Minaj) and JBeatzz (producer to Big Boi of Outkast).
Rachel has opened for notable acts such as Jon Secada and Alien Ant Farm at esteemed venues such as the House of Blues and Viper Room in Hollywood as well as Hard Rock Live, the Van Dyke and Marlin in Miami.
Her first single “Toxic Magic Tragic” reached people in more than 20 countries within hours of its viral release and received international radio airplay. Her second single, “I’m All Yours,” released under Warner and featuring Jon Secada, reached top 10 on both mainstream and independent charts, earning her an Artists in Music Award nomination for best new pop artist of the year. Her third single, “Marquee” was licensed and released in conjunction with a worldwide commercial placement as the sound of Jerome Alexander’s “Hot Stuff Go Pop” makeup. Her fourth single, “Runnin,” was released and distributed through Sony Music and can be heard on the E! show, Total Divas. Rachel’s upcoming EP “Hidden in Plain Sight” is anticipated to be her most authentic and competetive body of work yet.
You may also recognize Rachel from her work in television and film. She has appeared in shows like “24” on FOX, “Greek” on ABC Family, “True Jackson VP” on Nickelodeon and in the Universal film “The Rocker.”
As a Los Angeles native, Rachel grew up enthralled with both singing and acting, which expressed itself through involvement in musical theatre. At an early age, she discovered her natural stage presence and passion for self-expression through storytelling and performance. “I know without a doubt I was born to create and connect with people all over the world,” London concludes. “I do it with great appreciation, for the love of art and as a means of profoundly connecting and communicating with others.”