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Los Angeles, CA: Rachel London is a singer/songwriter who is creating a genre all her own, mixing the soulful with the sweet in her music. By infusing contemporary pop with lyrical poetry, Rachel simultaneously exudes quirky depth and spunky charm.

“I am really excited about ‘I’m All Yours,’ not only because of the amazing group of people who contributed their talents to make it what it is, but because it captures the essence of my hopeful romantic personality,” London explains. “This song is a lot of fun with its high energy, positive vibe and fresh, upbeat sounds I think top 40 listeners will love.”

“I’m All Yours” was produced by Rudy Perez, who was named Billboard’s producer of the decade 2000-2010, and co-produced by Troy Remi, who has worked with artists such as Timbaland and Sean Paul. London co-wrote the tune with Remi, Mark Hudson (Aerosmith, Cher, Celine, Ringo, Ozzy) and Willy Perez-Feria. London continues, “The day we were in the studio recording, multi-Grammy award winning Jon Secada showed up to harmonize on the track. It was an incredible surprise and wonderful experience working together. I am beyond grateful he was kind and humble enough to lend his skills and energy to the song.”

“I’m All Yours” is already making inroads, earning her a “Pop Artist of the Year” nomination for the 2014 Artists in Music Awards.

You may have also seen London on television and film. She has appeared in shows like “24” on FOX, “Greek” on ABC Family ,True Jackson VP” on Nickelodeon and in the Universal film, “The Rocker.”

As a Los Angeles native, London grew up enthralled with both singing and acting, which expressed itself through involvement in musical theatre. At an early age she discovered her natural stage presence as she expressed emotion and storytelling through performance. She has always felt passionately about sharing this part of herself on a public platform and as a multidimensional artist, enjoys combining various mediums to generate unforgettable material.

“Knowing I have the support of such important and amazing talents in the music industry, people like Rudy, Mark, Troy, Jon and David, means the world to me. The first time I performed our song live, they were all front and center and I was able to look right into their eyes and sing to them. What a rewarding experience.”

Here is what London’s collaborators have to say about her and “I’m All Yours”:

“Rachel London has the ‘it’ factor.” – Rudy Perez

“Rachel London is very talented and has huge potential to become a great recording artist.” – Jon Secada

“Rachel is a multi-talented artist that digs deep & delivers a lot of heart in her songs. She has a great career ahead. Her biggest accomplishments are yet to come as she releases new material. Her new single ‘I’m All Yours’ has ‘smash hit’ written all over it!” – David Frangioni

“Rachel London is a young artist with an incredible future ahead of her. She has a very unique writing style that compliments her one of a kind voice.” – Troy Remi

“Rachel London is one of those unique artists that comes along every now and then and surprises you, because not only is she talented, she’s extremely focused and driven to standout! Working with her was exciting…looking forward to watching her make it BIG!” – Rudy Perez

“Rachel London rocks! When I met her I knew she was talented, beautiful, funny, quirky and engaging, but I didn’t know she had so much to say. Now I do. When we finished the song and I heard the final mix, I knew she could be a star, because she’s not afraid to WORK for it. Get ready, because Rachel London isn’t going anywhere….except to the top!” – Mark Hudson

The legendary Quincy Jones, who previewed some of London’s upcoming music said, “I’m impressed. Nice, catchy tunes with good hooks.”


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