D.C.s’s Newest Breakout Artist Becky Cane Releases Debut EP “The Risen Queen”

Fresh off her win at Coast 2 Coast LIVE’s 2017 World Championship showcase this past Labor Day on Miami Beach, D.C. soul singer Becky Cane recently released her debut EP “The Risen Queen”, which is currently available to stream and download on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and other streaming service.

In October 2015, Becky Cane was in a near fatal car accident. After surviving this accident, Becky was given a revelation by God. This epiphany gave her the strength to focus solely on creating her debut EP, “The Risen Queen”, the story of her death, resurrection and redemption. With her unique style of writing and soulful sound, Becky Cane will change the music industry forever.

Becky Cane, a Washington DC native, started her career in music in the children’s choir at Church of the Great Commission. As a child, her love of music was strikingly obvious; So much that even before she could speak, a pastor prophesized over her life that she would one day be a Psalmist. She sung in local school talent and performing arts showcases, as well as numerous family occasions. In 2005, Becky Cane was introduced to the engineering level of music production when she worked at PowellHouse Project. While at PowellHouse Project, one of the highlights of her career happened in the summer of 2008. She performed alongside a theatre troop in West Africa. Following this extraordinary experience, Becky Cane discovered her love of writing, recording, and performing her very own music, and her love for this art only deepened. This was the beginning of her long and arduous journey to greatness. In the fall of 2014, Becky Cane reunited with the PowellHouse family and through the DC Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), she developed a creative music program. This innovative program allowed D.C. youth to utilize their life story to create a conscious music compilation that was recorded in a live studio and performed at the annual summer showcase promoting critical thinking, confidence, creativity, and courage. The following year, Becky Cane directed the Music and Art class for the developmentally and intellectually disabled population within Compass Inc. Day Services Program, and created lesson plans teaching music therapy through lyric analysis and art…

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