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Raquel Fé: Bio

Raquel Fé is a talented Performing Artist based out of New Jersey. She wears many hats in the recording studio. From singing and songwriting to producing and audio engineering, Raquel Fé can do it all. As a vocalist, Raquel Fé specializes in Inspirational R&B and Pop with Gospel influences. Her vocal style is sultry and powerfully emotional, piercing the heart of the listener. She sings in English and Spanish, and, believe, it or not, can rap. As a songwriter, her sounds may contain Hip Hop, Drum & Bass, and Dance influences.


Born in Connecticut and raised in a family of 10 siblings, Raquel Fé comes from a musically inclined family. Her father, born in Panama, is a well-known bassist in the Latin community. He toured with Arsenio Rodriguez, the founder of Mambo, and performed with some of today’s most popular Latin musicians, such as Celia Cruz, Candido, Machito, and Tito Puente. Raquel Fé grew up listening to Latin music and has always had an appreciation for it. When it comes to song-writing, however, the popular American styles became her forte. She worked with two of her brothers as a vocalist before and during adolescence, which is how she gained experience as a recording artist. As time went on, she recorded with artists and entities around the globe.


Performing is in her nature. Raquel Fé has held concerts throughout the east coast. She sang for the Secretary of the Army at the Pentagon in Washington DC and continues to sing for other government functions and churches. As an adolescent, she sang in school talent shows, weddings, funerals, and had many solo performances in all of her school chorus productions. She was also selected by the high school band director to sing at the final band performance of the year (which merited a standing ovation). She was given the distinct honor of singing the national anthem a cappella at High School athletic events.


At age 16, Raquel Fé wrote a song about the arrival of Y2K and it was used, exclusively, by Western Union Corporate around the globe as they prepared for the potential threats of the end of the millennium. Since then, she has recorded vocals for artists, such as, Related Rhymes, has been featured in the popular music software called FL Studio and has recorded vocals for a commercial sample CD called Sample Fusion. A brother of Raquel Fé, Josue Joseph, has produced several popular documentary films about the foundation of Latin music, featuring the world’s most elite dancers and musicians. Raquel Fé has co-produced the soundtracks for each film and recorded the hit song, “Vale Mas”. Visit for more info. Her father produced a Classical album in 2002, in which Raquel Fé was featured as a lead vocalist. Visit for more info. A song that she wrote and produced with her brother, Jordan Joseph on guitar, called “Rest Child” made it to the radio in 2011 and was ranked Top 3 by Industry Experts at the 2011 Indie Ignite Conference in Nashville.  This song is on her first Contemporary Christian album, titled “We Live By Faith”, which has just been released. It has an R&B style with Hip Hop and Dance influences. She wrote the music and lyrics, sang the songs, recorded the tracks, mixed and mastered them. She had the help of her brother, Jordan Joseph on guitar and teamed up with her brother, Othoniel Joseph, who co-produced the song “The Cycle”.