19 year old, Amber Rahman, is springing into the music industry as a singer, songwriter and actress that is not afraid to be radically herself. Among her talents, Rahman brings her skills on the guitar to the table, creating a songwriting force to be reckoned with.
Amber secured her feature film debut in thriller; "Days of Power" (2016), starring Jenny Hutton and Oscar nominated actor Eric Roberts at the age of seventeen. She was signed to Realize Records less than a year later and has performed and recorded across the country in Philadelphia, Nashville and Los Angeles.
Amber's road to the spotlight began when she was 9 and sang in the University of Delaware's children's choir, where she first developed a passion for the art. Soon after, she took to the stage, embracing several lead roles, including Ariel in The Little Mermaid, she continued to hone her craft with vocal and acting studies. Rahman was chosen to be part of the vocal group TruVoX, working under director, Paul Lewis. While studying with Lewis she brought a half finished song to the drawing board, that the two completed as a team.
Rahman's first single, "Get Me", which was recorded in Philadelphia and was released in late 2015. The single is currently spinning on several radio stations in the Mid Atlantic area. "Get Me" is the first in a series of songs slated for 2016 release. Amber's passion and emotion for music shows deeply in her songs and performances, and she is ready to explore what is coming next. Rahman says, "I'm really excited to begin this new journey. I love writing music and I can't wait to share it with you all!" Live performances are currently being scheduled and a film project is also in development.