Artist Spotlight: Eimaral Sol

Neo-soul singer Eimral Sol was born and raised in Killeen, Texas.  She began singing at just the age of 9 and continued to sing in the choir throughout her childhood. In 2012, the singer attended Texas Southern University and having limited resources while studying entertainment management she recorded a song called “I’m So High,”  in a closet! Through social media and the help and persistence of her friends the song received the stamp of approval from superstar Erykah Badu.

Eimaral graduated from Texas Southern University in 2015 and began to record cover videos on YouTube which lead to her working with a Texas three-man production crew by the name of Analogue Escape, which included producer Russell Guess. They all worked out of Sugarhill Recording Studios in Houston, Texas which granted Sol the space to develop as an artist.  Russell went on to produce Eimaral’s singles “Gravity,” “Royal,” and “Finds” which all gained traction on major online platforms, including Sway’s Universe in December of 2015.

In 2017, she made the move to Austin and released a single, “OTW” in 2018.  Eimaral released her first album Sol Soliloquies,  in March of 2019, which she wrote with Russell Guess producing the project.  The 26-year-old has performed at SXSW and been featured in Forbes Magazine. In May of 2019, she was the Austin 360 Artist of the Month and she is the KUTX Artist of the Month for February 2020. Eimaral Sol continues to mesmerize, uplift and take audiences on a spiritual journey filled with enlightenment and positivity with each one of her performances.

– Miles Bloxson, KUTX Host

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