Rain Bisou

Rina Cervantes, better known by her stage name Rain Bisou is a classically trained, trilingual Latin American Singer-Songwriter based out of Los Angeles. After completing her Bachelor's Degree and vocal training at UCLA, she released her debut EP “Lucid Dreams followed by her sophomore EP “Lucideity” and just celebrated the release of her debut album, “High Art” on New Year’s Eve 2021. She has had the pleasure of working with the incredible 16-time Grammy award winner Dave Foster when they performed a cover of Whitney’s Houston’s “I Have Nothing” and has also performed the National Anthem at both Staples Center and Dodger Stadium before tens of thousands of people. Currently, Rain performs regularly all over the country with various bands through several artist agencies such as ELAN Artists, Christien Anthony Music and Undercover Live. She also has her very own Selena Quintanilla Tribute Band, "Dreaming of You." What makes Rain stand out is her versatility— her classical training, coupled with her ethnic background and passion for all genres of music make booking her a dream as her repertoire is vast and her enthusiasm for embodying and conversing with many styles of music gives her audiences the variety they need to keep them entertained and spellbound by both her vocal prowess and seamless delivery of songs. Rain is also a very prolific singer/songwriter, aiming to release a single at least once a month. Her latest release, “Accepted,” can be found on all digital platforms including YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music, along with the rest of her discography. To support Rain's musical journey, visit www.rainbisou.com. You can also follow Rain on Instagram @rainbisou, on Twitter @iamrainbisou and on Facebook by simply searching Rain Bisou.