Najj Andrea is a singer-songwriter from the East Side of Pittsburgh. Andrea writes music for people who wish they could put their feelings into words. Andrea always felt like an outcast in her younger years and never knew where to fit in, but music became her outlet and a way to express herself.
They say music is the language of the soul. Pittsburgh songwriter Najj Andrea is bringing a fresh perspective to the music scene. Her sound is a powerful mix of heart, soul, and R&B; with raw personal lyrics. The stories behind the music are the only competition for the elusive melodies that will blister your ears and sear into your memory.
Let the Music Tell the Story
Najj Andrea always says she’s been influenced by her community, culture and her friends. In fact, her rapid rise as a well-known Musician couldn’t have happened without these powerful influences. Andrea’s signature style has made her music instantly recognizable, and extremely popular. Andrea’s greatest desire is to create music that speaks to as wide a selection of fans as possible. Check out the site to find out more about her and to hear some of her latest and greatest music.
WHO'S HOT INTERVIEW
This week's "Who's Hot?" Artist of the week is Pittsburgh singer, Najj Andrea. Najj is only 17 years old but has the voice of someone who's been doing this for a long time.
KRUNK'S VERY OWN
When Najj Andrea joined Center of Life's KRUNK Movement 3 years ago, she was a girl who enjoyed music but didn't have the technical knowledge that went into creating it. At KRUNK, she learned about writing, composition, stage presence, and more.
I am a singer/songwriter & performing artist. My music is a powerful mix of heart n soul and r&b with endearing and raw lyrics. I am most proud of the way I explain the stories behind the music and come up with melodies that will burn in your memory and soul as you listen. I am known for speaking my mind through my songs. I write music that people can relate to and feel.
Over the past year or so, Andrea has dropped several ballads, ranging in style from icy minimalism to dramatic opulence, that have taken deep dives into the feeling of romantic disconnect. The trend continues with “Girlfriend,” a glassy, piano-augmented kiss-off that dropped a few weeks back.