It’s not everyday a 12-year-old draws comparisons to her superstar peers, so you can rest assured Reese Warren is very special. With a golden voice, and a charisma matured far beyond her years, it won’t be long before many pop fans hang their hopes on this confident and committed actress, dancer, and singer-songwriter. Hailing from Murrieta, CA but currently residing in the entertainment hub of LA, Reese is in the process of launching her career into the stratosphere. An extremely precocious talent, the young singer has been working on her craft since she was just six years old. She learned guitar at the age of eight and began writing songs at just ten years old.
Reese Warren is currently known as the voice of MC Swag on LOL House of Surprises. You can also see her as Bella in the Christmas movie Ace and the Christmas Miracle, or catch a glimpse of her, in commercials for Spinmaster, Simon Malls, and Justice clothing. Moreover she was one of the billboard announcers for the 2021 Little League World Series.
Yet, through it all, she still finds the time to fulfil her passion for making music. There aren’t many young artists that truly embody the hardworking prodigy aesthetic, but there’s no other way to describe Reese Warren.
Her single “Good Life”, co-written with Shayon Daniels and Nicci Funicelli and produced by JENGA Productions, unpacks the outstanding talent and remarkable charisma this young lady has to offer. Sometimes when you hear a song for the first time, you just know.
It isn’t about knowing whether Reese will be the next big thing, or that “Good Life” will be a hit single, but sensing there is an all-round weight to this song that feels like the beginning of something important for the artist. It’s the kind of artistic weight you can’t manufacture or force, even if you try. It’s a compelling intangible aura that you simply become aware of, by listening to, and watching the performer.
In the case of “Good Life”, we get to do both, as the song has a beautifully executed supporting video, which comes to our aid. In it, Reese Warren’s understated authenticity characterizes an artist bound for popular significance once the rest of the world catches on to her magnetic charm.
Reese Warren’s brand of singing is vibrantly warm and instantly addictive. Most of all its free of superfluous ornamental embellishments, a trap many of her contemporaries fall prey to. The secret is, Reese never tries too hard to impress.
She simply runs with the natural flow of her talents and it is delightful to behold – a twelve year-old that actually acts like a twelve year-old, and comes off with the confident shine of someone twice her age. It’s an irony of sorts, but is what ultimately lends so much allure to her artistic persona.
It’s early days yet, but it’s clear that Reese Warren is on track for a long-lasting career. “Good Life” jumps out of the speakers sprouting all the energy and upbeat fun associated with summer. And it doesn’t really matter that we are listening to it in the middle of December, anytime is always a good time to be reminded of summer. Reese’s ability to mix caption-worthy lyrics and catchy melodic flourishes mark her as an already skilled performer.
Reese Warren’s consistent ascendance in the entertainment industry is rare, so it only makes sense that the possibilities are endless for a young talent of her caliber. Inspired by the likes of Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift, soon Reese’s supercharged footprints will be everywhere.