Soulful songstress Tracy Brathwaite was born and raised in New York City. Like many great soul singers of the past, Tracy’s voice fuses the best of Blues, Jazz, and R&B.
Captivating audiences worldwide, most notably in Italy, Japan, England, and New York, her powerhouse vocals have been heard around the globe. Tracy has performed in many hotspots over the years such as The Bitter End, The Cutting Room, Arlene’s Grocery, BB Kings, and 78 Below, to name a few.
Soulful House music was a natural and easy fit for this vocalist with club classics like “Oh Happy Day,” produced by Frankie C and Victor Simonelli. Tracy co-wrote and produced “I Don’t Wanna Let You Go” with classic R&B singer Junior (“Mama Used To Say”) in London in 2008. In 2012, Tracy was asked to sing the lead song for a House music documentary titled “Hands To The Sky” and was the only featured vocalist on the soundtrack.
In the summer of 2013, Tracy joined forces with Honeycomb Music’s Josh Milan and they co-wrote the smash hit single, “Smile”. Already championed by hugely talented producers and DJs such as Joe Claussell, Anna Komninou, and Grammy award winner Louie Vega, Tracy makes her Winter Music Conference debut in 2014 with an exclusive performance at Louie Vega’s Dance Ritual party.