Florida’s Raven Salve’ is the rising singer/songwriter that is sweeping the country with her angelic sound. From the Gulf Coast to all across the country, Raven Salve’ has impacted the lives of music lovers everywhere and of all ages. Natalie Perez of Skope Magazine described her as “a soul-touching singer who takes her passion for music and makes it her destiny and healing source.”
Currently Raven is promoting her latest single and video “Coco Brown The Remix.” The song is off the album “Metamorphosis The Transformation.” When asked about the songs and videos message Raven states, “Coco Brown The Remix is a positive connotation about our black brothers. The song simply says he is strong, hardworking, independent and he knows how to hold an intelligent conversation. He is honest, he knows how to treat a lady and she wants to get to know him.”
Pensacola, Florida native Raven Salve was born Ebony D Weatherspoon on July 13th, 1989. She started to really enjoy music around the age of five and it was at this early age she realized she had a passion that would one day become a profession. A natural musician, Raven started playing the Clarinet around the age of 12, the piano at the age of 13 and also started taking voice lessons at 13. Although she knew since the age of five that she wanted a career in music, it wasn’t until five years ago that she started pursuing music professionally.
Raven is just as passionate about her music career as she is for the causes she champions for. In 2014 Raven started a 501c(3) non-profit organization “Women Against Rape & Domestic Violence Inc,” (WAR&DV.) Since several of her own family members are survivors of these issues, she wanted to be involved in playing a part in bringing awareness to these problems any way she could. The goal and mission of WAR&DV are to support organizations that are already established and equipped to provide shelter and services to families on a year-round basis. Raven wrote two singles “Victim No More” and “Cry For America”, both tracks were written to bring awareness to domestic violence and sexual assault. “Victim No More” is the theme song for WAR&DV, it is owned by the organization and every dollar of the sales goes to support the organization.
To date, Raven has released one album and seven singles. She is currently promoting and gearing up for a regional/national this spring. She is also the radio host for “The Love Grooves” show which airs Sun-Sat 10 pm – 12 am est on WLMR-DB Radio.