US Urban AC R&B Top 40 Chart- topping Singer, Shae Williams, known for her sweet and soulful voice, was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana and now resides in Nashville, Tennessee. Unapologetically, Shae’s music takes her fans into experiences of ecstasy, new love, rejection and creating fond memories with loved ones. The soulful and classical-trained artist, started performing in the church. At the age of 5, Shae sung in the choir and was directed by the award winning, Gladys McKnight. As Shae performed more frequently, she noticed the effect her voice had on people. She enjoyed taking a journey with her audience, through music. This passion for song and theater led Shae to immerse herself into the arts at McNeese University. As Shae studied classical music, jazz and performance, her sharp attention to detail and creative edge became refined. She combined her gospel roots, classical training and sulty charm to enthrall audiences in the competitive R&B circuit.Her melodious vocals graced legendary venues such as BB King, Spanish Festival and the African Street Festival. Shae’s African Street Festival performance led her to encounter BET featured playwright, Alvin Moore. Impressed with her entrancing presence, Moore cast her in his production “A Mother’s Prayer”. Acting in “Mother’s Prayer”, Shae was recognized by award winning playwright, Garrett Davis (of GDavis Productions). Davis offered her a role in “If Loving You is Wrong” and “Marrying Up”, a hit play based on the original novel by a Harper Collins bestselling author, Nina Foxx. Shae was cast alongside Kim Fleming, backup singer for Wynonna Judd and American Idol Finalist, Melinda Doolittle. Once cast by Garrett Davis, the budding actress did not disappoint. Shae was subsequently cast in Davis’ recent works, “Forget Me Not”, “The Lord Will Make a Way”, “Mama’s Girls” (GDavis Productions). A consummate songstress, Shae received vocal training from Grammy nominated, Alvin Garrett, whose musical catalog includes Joe, Johnny Gill, and Ruben Studdard.