Jen Awad: Love is Dead


Grab the nearest fire extinguisher cos Jen Awad is about to set your wig alight. This half Egyptian, half Peruvian powerhouse delivers the kneecap melting soul and sass of Sharon Jones combined with an in-your-face swagger reminiscent of Tina Turner. Self-taught on vocals, piano, guitar and bass, Jen also pens the lyrics to all of her material.

Jen’s ability to deliver cherubic, velvety vocals that effortlessly transition into the radical rumble of a runaway 18 wheeler doing 90 mph on an open highway is a feat in itself to witness live. Backed by an eight member band with a horn section, Jen Awad packs a combination punch that will leave your core ringing in the most delectable manner imaginable.

Recently Jen Awad has been selected to play the Broke L.A. Festival, being 1 of 50 acts chosen out of 700 contenders. She has consistently filled her local L.A. venues to maximum capacity and is steadily gaining ground as a widely respected act in the L.A. music scene.

When Jen is not writing and performing her music, she is designing for her self-titled label Jen Awad, as well as the urban men’s line also out of Los Angeles called “900”. It is not a rare sight to behold her 8 piece band donning metallic bomber jackets Jen designed from the “900” label. A few other clients who wear Jen Awad’s fashions are: Kali Uchis, Bebe Rexha, Keyshia Cole, Madame Ghandi, Ivy LevIn, Daya, India Love, Christina Milian, Ashanti, Chanel West Coast, and Crystal Westbrooks.

Keep your eyes peeled for Jen Awad’s latest rendition of “Shackle Up” and “Night” as well as her latest release “Love is Dead”, all of which are pure fire peppered with an extra dose of gasoline. Jen Awad is swiftly on her way to going global as a multi-talented and iconic Los Angeles artist.