Professional recording artist, songwriter, music director and actress
Lettrice has worked with Barbara Streisand on her Timeless Tour, Herman Andrus, Clifton Davis, Mopreme Shakur, The Boys, Ralph Johnson (Earth, Wind, & Fire), B.B. King Showcases, South East Symphony for 6 years, Gregg Hanley (Hanley Productions), Glasshouse Productions & Media, Speak Your Mind Radio, KJLH Radio Show (10 shows), Situation Radio (Atlanta), Rush Danja Show (Chicago) and many others. She continues to work with Ralph Johnson (Earth, Wind and Fire) on various projects with artist. Also, Anthony Parnther (South East Symphony) each season as a principle singer. She was with Fortress Entertainment for 2 years and produced an EP with them. She has been with Smooth Soul Productions for 8 years and produced two albums and eight singles. This Past year she sang on a ambiance song, “Long Day” by Jeff Russo for the FX show, Snow Fall Season 1, Ep 4. Lettrice was honored to be a part of The Black History Parade in Pasadena and perform on the main stage. Her song, “Gonna Be Ready” was selected as song of the year on the Speak Your Mind Radio Show. She has been honored as Jazz, Gospel and R and B Artist of the year, by Citril Starz in 2017, Honored for Vocal Contributions at the 3rd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Festival by KJLH & the City of LA, Jan 2018 and presented the Ella Fitzgerald Humanitarian Award by Blacmail Prod, Heart 2 Heart Foundation and Mark Ridley-Thomas, April 6, 2018. She had a lead role in Can God's Love Reach You In The Dark Part 2 by Spencer Collins which was nominated for an NAACP Award. She sang at the “In His Name” Fundraiser Scholarship sponsored by: Spencer Collins II and Blackmail Productions at the Complex Theatre.
Lettrice just recently released “Give Me Peace" with Giovanni Joyce Imbessi for NET Day in honor of Cancer patients who are survivors or who have passed on. It was promoted internationally. She performed with Jacob Lusk (American Idol) at The Heroes In The Struggle Award Show & Gala at the African American Museum hosted by Empires, Jussie Smollet and Ceo of The Black Aids Institute, Phill Wilson. She also just performed at “Sock it To Me” Aretha Franklin Tribute.
Lettrice is a former elementary and high school teacher and now a music director at Morningside UCC. She continues to work in the studio for hire with her two business partners Brandon Ford & Devin Shaw from the Smooth Soul Production Team, helping other artist on various projects and performs all over Los Angeles and travels abroad when hired to sing in shows all over the country. She headlined at the Catalina Bar & Grill, “Memories of Real Music" and at the International Choir Festival at the Zipp Theatre (Disney Hall). Lettrice is now preparing for Visions of Music Show, A Night of R and B and will be working with preparing to travel to Holland to sing gospel as a principal artist with the Episcopal Chorale Society (Chas Cheatham), the Gwen Wyatt Chorale and San Bernardino Symphony Fall 2019 & Winter 2020.