RACHEL CROW Image(1).jpegRC.pngMulti-talented singer, songwriter and actress Rachel Crow is fast becoming one of the breakout stars of 2017. The Colorado born, Los Angeles based 19 year old today reveals her new show-stopping single ‘Dime’, released through S-Curve / BMG Records. This sure-fire pop smash showcases Rachel’s incredibly powerful, soul-pop voice and sees her return to music after a whirlwind few years honing her craft as an actress on the big screen.

Rachel recently starred as one of the leads in original NETFLIX movie production ‘Deidra & Laney Rob A Train’ which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The film earned Rachel high praise from the likes of Teen Vogue, Variety and Nylon, who lauded her as among ’11 actors poised to break out in 2017’. Rachel was also recently handpicked as a lead in ABC’s highly anticipated The Goldbergs spin-off and starred in DreamWorks Animation’s NETFLIX series Home: Adventures With Tip & Oh.

As she expands her profile, Rachel Crow has amplified her musical output. ‘Solo’, the theme song from Deidra & Laney, co-written by Crow, saw her return to music after a 4 year break earlier this Spring and ‘Dime’ is her first official release.

Still a teenager, Rachel Crow has had an incredible career already. From starring in 2014 box office smash Rio 2, to performing the national anthem at The White House, Rachel Crow’s talent in the arts have constantly shone from an incredibly young age. As an adopted child from a young age, Rachel is an avowed advocate for foster children and active participant in charities such as You Gotta Believe and The Dave Thomas Foundation. In addition, the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute [CCOAI] awarded her the 2015 “Angels In Adoption” honour.

Expect to hear a lot more from this exciting young talent in the coming months.

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