Ananrho Sings Melanie Fiona’s “Give It To Me Right”

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Ananrho Sings Melanie Fiona’s “Give It To Me Right” – Listen to more songs, lyrics, music, and watch videos of Ananrho an Independent artist, singer, and songwriter in Raleigh, NC.                                                                                                                                                                                          IMG_63083079072133 (3)

About Ananrho:

Performing arts sensation Ananrho’s  love for the spotlight was cultivated at  the early age of three.  At the age of seven, as the youngest member of her family’s gospel group, she began to perform on stages, as a dancer, gymnast, and actress.  In her teenage years, she discovered her love for writing and began to write songs and poetry.

In early adulthood, Ana began sharing her love for the Arts by teaching local youth dance, gymnastics, and singing. In 2004, Ana took a break from performing.  However, her love for the stage has never dissipated. She stayed involved by organizing choirs and plays, and also performing in various groups, and choirs.

Ana is making strides to return by singing, writing, dancing, and modeling again; rediscovering her first loves. Her music now focuses more so on grown up issues and day- to- day life. Her favorite artists to name a few, are Jill Scott, Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige, Eryka Badu, Janelle Monet. Her motto: “Stay true to who you are and your gifts will manifest themselves.”

In the video below Ana covers Melanie Fiona’s ‘Give it to me Right.’  Never the one to disappoint, Ana performs the song with a sensual and excellent vocal range along with awesome clarity.

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