WHat's Up With Her?


Cheyenne Prescott is a 20 year old singer, songwriter and performer. She was born in Brockton, Massachusetts and raised in Chester, Vermont where she pursued the arts in many different forms, such as dance, photography, acting and music.   


Her passion for the arts has grown with her throughout her life. In middle school she started auditioning for different acting,singing and modeling opportunities around New England and New York City. Her gigs included, voice overs for cartoons such as “Explosion Bus” created by Jonathan Katz, performances in operas, musicals and the lead singer in bands.


Her path of songwriting, and performing lead her to Boston, Massachusetts as a full-time student at Berklee College of Music. At Berklee Cheyenne has declared Professional Music with a focus on production and composition as her major and is continuing to develop her voice and performing abilities. Such as performing in one of the most important shows Berklee produces: Singer Showcase. And being involved in different student activism groups that advocate for women’s rights, gender rights & racial equality.  She is currently on the board of the Berklee Women In Action club and involved in the Free The Tampons movement.  Cheyenne is currently preparing to start her senior year at berklee and planning to release her debut single in the fall.