Rina Glover is an upcoming singer-songwriter-performer originally from Pasadena, CA. She is currently living in Harlem, NYC. She has been singing since she was 5 years old and has been active in a range of genres from opera to musical theatre to gospel. She has participated in endless musicals and operas and has also has provided background vocals at shows like the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, Black Girls Rock and Univision's Copa de America Centenario Draw. She has also performed as a soloist on noteable NYC stages such as the Apollo, SOB's, and the Barclays Center and is now focusing on her solo projects and songwriter.
Rina writes for women and about her experiences in life as she strives to become her best self. She is not one to hold her tongue and is known for being very forward about how she feels in both her life and in her music. Her goal for her music is to empower women to be strong in there convictions and believe in themselves. She hopes that her music can be used as a tool of encouragement and laughter. "I always want my lyrics to feel like Im at the table having a conversation with them."
You can download/stream her first single "Words" on any music platform (iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud, etc). She is currently finishing on her new EP and anticipating a release in early summer 2017.