When Clarissa Carter was 13, she started casually writing and producing music in the comfort of her own bedroom.
Little did she know that her childhood hobby would grow into a profound passion. Throughout her teen years she released two albums. Her love of music has continued to grow while at Stanford, especially while performing with Everyday People A Cappella. Over the years, she has had honorary opportunities to open for popular artists, including but not limited to Wiz Khalifa, T-Pain, Kehlani, Summer Walker, and Madame Gandhi.
Clarissa Carter is back and her new music is artistically different than her last albums; in fact, people have described her recent music to veer towards electronic soul and dark pop. On February 15, 2019 she released her latest EP “Spotlight”.
"Spotlight" music video
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