Ranella Ferrer is a powerhouse in the Filipino-American Entertainment Industry since she was only 13 years old. Ranella’s professional background includes Grammy produced songs, commercial pop singles, multiple appearances in live performances, tour collaborations, and TV and Radio shows, making her one of the most-wanted Fil-Am vocalists in America.
Ranella sang the National Anthem for the Los Angeles Lakers in 2016 and has sung for former President of the Philippines Fidel Ramos and known as the Asian Queen of Soul in the R&B/Pop Culture opening up for Keysha Cole, Stevie Wonder, Tyrese, B2K, and NEYO amongst others. In addition, Celebrity Chronicles names Ranella the “Best Female Vocalist” after her song on the soundtrack for the Wayan’s Bros movie, The Dance Flick working with Dwayne Wayans Jr. Ranella’s pop style, fused with her love for R&B allows her to go back to her roots and vibe.
Ranella Ferrer is a strong women who has struggled with her mental health and weight and now continuing to share her journey and inspire others through her music and life.
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