An inspirational singer, phenomenal songwriter and loving…

An inspirational singer, phenomenal songwriter and loving…


An inspirational singer, phenomenal songwriter and loving great-grandmother, E. FaShawn Washington unveils breathtaking R&B

Recording gospel and R&B tracks that are enriching and soothing, Washington lives up to their motto – “don’t stop living while you’re still alive”.

E. FaShawn Washington’s music offers avenues of reflection and inspiration, and is an escape for those feeling lost. A force of motivation, the artist’s music reminds listeners that no matter what they’re going through, there’s a greater force that can make things better.

A lover of dreams, the talented artist-turned-great-grandmother wrote her first song at age 16, while still in high school but only recently realizing her God-given gifts. After raising two children as a single mother and helping raise four of her ten grandchildren, the dream resurfaced and she began writing and recording songs.

Infusing her music with elements from a range of genres including gospel, R&B, reggae and blues, E. FaShawn Washington has used her talents to inspire listeners to better their lives. She has performed at prestigious venues such as Harlem’s legendary Sylvia Restaurant and Farafina Night Club & Grill, as well as the Bronx’s Two Sha Night Club and Grill.

The artist, who rose to fame with her numerous appearances on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN), released her first track, “You can do it,” (Warm-up) on June 17, 2022. The energizing warm-up track is part of a longer 30-minute workout song title, “You Can Do It,” co-written and co-produced by James A. Johnson.

A rejuvenating uptempo track, “You Can Do It” is packed with uplifting lyrics that articulate a motivational message to revitalize the listener’s health, mind and spirit. The track was followed by the artist’s second track, “He Would Not Cheat”, which was released on July 19, 2022. This track was recorded by Washington and her grandson, Jayquan Outlaw, who co-curated the rap lyrics with the artist.

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