Freedome Nsoroma Lee-El

Freedome Nsoroma Lee-El’s music always pours forth with improvisational style and soul-searing messages that uplift and inspire reflection, amusement, and deep appreciation. Her vocals travel great depths and heights and exude spirituality, sensibility, creativity, and masterful skill. She commands lyrical content to transform the listening and the listener, like the proverbial showstopper. She has sang lead with or done background vocals with Ralph McDonald, Kimati Dinizulu, Joe Cocker, Sekou Sundiata, Valerie Simpson, Luther Vandross, Whitney Houston, Roberta Flack, Najee, Freddie Jackson, and a host of others.

Freedome Nsoroma Lee-El’s music always pours forth with improvisational style and soul-searing messages that uplift and inspire reflection, amusement, and deep appreciation. Her vocals travel great depths and heights and exude spirituality, sensibility, creativity, and masterful skill. She commands lyrical content to transform the listening and the listener, like the proverbial showstopper. She has sang lead with or done background vocals with Ralph McDonald, Kimati Dinizulu, Joe Cocker, Sekou Sundiata, Valerie Simpson, Luther Vandross, Whitney Houston, Roberta Flack, Najee, Freddie Jackson, and a host of others, and sang on the theme songs of Eddie Murphy’s Coming to America and Moscow on the Hudson with Chaka Khan.

She has been acclaimed for her vocals on jingles for commercials. A writer, artist, educator, wholistic health practitioner and CEO of Library Cafe Ghana, this is Freedome Nsoroma Lee-El.