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Señoj is an Atlanta native singer-songwriter. Born and raised in the “A-Town”, where some of today’s most influential musicians and producers reside, she is holding her own in the music world and is a new music talent to be reckoned with.

As the daughter of a music teacher, Señoj grew up listening to classical music and is blessed with one of the most euphonious and melodic voices in the industry today.

At the early age of seven, she was a runner-up in the Apollo Kids competition and has since won several talent shows in the Atlanta area. She furthered her training at age 15 by attending GRAMMY Camp in Los Angeles, where she was named the winner of the Ella Fitzgerald Songwriters Scholarship. She also performed at the Fox Theatre in the Broadway productions of Annie, The Wizard of OZ, and many other shows, which helped to propel her music career.

A classically trained pianist and self-taught guitarist, her performances inject life into a room and touch audiences in a way that speak to their souls. Her songs are written from the heart and are inspired by personal life experiences.


Señoj draws inspiration from the artists of her childhood, such as Christina Aguilera, Destiny’s Child, and Britney Spears, to create the music she makes today. She hopes to collaborate, one day, with Rhianna, Drake, and even Beyoncé. Señoj’s music satisfies the pallets of all types of music genres. Her desire is to create unforgettable musical experiences and to give audiences a show that they feel compelled to share with their friends—a show that keeps the crowds coming back for more.

Her debut release, “Running,” captured the attention of film music supervisors. Her track, “Leave It Alone,” was selected for the Amazon Prime film “The Morning After”—a comedy starring Karon Joseph Riley, Ernestine Johnson, and Marquita Goings.
Los Angeles urban hit producer and writer, Redwine, who has worked with artists such as Tinashe, Zendaya, Kehlani, and Chris Brown, has said that “Señoj is a rare blend of classic training and real culture. There’s nothing like hearing an artist express themselves and [who] has studied what they love musically and [is] grounded enough to be genuine.”

“Connecting with the audience is one of the most satisfying experiences an artist can have after a show,” Señoj explains. “When that music fan comes up to you and expresses how your music touches them, there are no words to describe how great that makes me feel.”

Nick Rice, a music producer/engineer based out of Atlanta, says that “As a great producer, you are looking for top talent to work with while constantly looking for the next superstar. What makes Señoj stand out is her tone and musicianship. She always gives the people more than what they showed up for. One of my favorites is how she performs Brownstone’s ‘If you love me’—she really locks in and puts her face on that record”.

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