RISING R&B TRIO THE WOMACK SISTERS SET TO RELEASE DEBUT EP “LEGACY” ON SEPTEMBER 9
PROJECT INCLUDES SINGLES “BLOCKED”,
“LOST FOR WORDS” AND “DAILY”
What do you think of “Daily”? Coming September off of our debut EP “Legacy” ‼️ #fyp #thewomacksisters #legacy
On September 9th, R&B trio The Womack Sisters will release their debut EP “Legacy” (Ingrooves). The six track project presents a well rounded soundtrack of love, relationships and heartbreak. This announcement comes off the heels of a sold out show at The Peppermint Club in LA on August 12th and a recent viral performance video of “Daily”, a spicy track off the EP.
Read about how the sisters are “determined to set a new gold standard for themselves and the next generation of musicians” via Refinery 29 here: https://www.refinery29.com/en-
Primarily self-written by the sisters with production by producers Balistic Beats, HighVolume, Tracksion, Jkits, Mr. Kooman, Jpdidthis1, Chemist, and HARRIX, “The Womack Sisters” is an introduction to the LA-based female sibling girl group consisting of BG, Zeimani, and Kucha.
As the granddaughters of the legendary Sam Cooke, daughters of renowned singer-songwriters and producers Cecil and Linda Womack (of Womack & Womack,) and nieces of singer-songwriter and R&B icon Bobby Womack, The Womack Sisters offer a refreshing combination of impeccable vocal range, style and versatility, combining the rawness and soul of throwback r&b with the cool-factor and audaciousness of modern day pop. Listeners can find everything from smooth ballads, to upbeat anthems concluding the EP with a stunning cover of the Sam Cooke classic “A Change is Gonna Come.”
In their latest offering, “Lost For Words”, the sisters tell a story of betrayal in a way that most can relate to. “The worst feeling is when you realize that your relationship is not 50/50,” says The Womack Sisters. “We have all experienced it. Regardless of who isn’t putting in the effort, someone always gets hurt. This single is a soulful power anthem that embodies the experience of pain and that someone’s lack of effort can leave an individual ‘Lost for Words’ when evaluating a relationship.” A video for “Lost For Words” is forthcoming.