Mikey Jayy of KGUP FM Emerge Radio hangs out Jenna Lotti. to talk about her latest music, her battle with depression, and her triumphant success over this past year. Originally from Boston, Jenna now resides in Los Angeles to pursue her career as a Pop/Singer Songwriter.
Over the Summer, Jenna was the recipient of the first Peggy Lee Songwriter Award given to her by ASCAP for the song "Fake ID”, which she wrote with Michael Blum, whom is also well known on KGUP. You might also recognize Jenna from the NBC hit TV show Songland Season 2.
Listen to songs by Jenna Lotti now playing on KGUP FM Emerge Radio.
More about Jenna Lotti
Originally from Milton MA, Jenna started out writing poetry to cope with her emotions as a teenager and later those poems became songs. She is uniquely open about her struggles with anxiety and depression.
After years of touring and releasing music on the east coast, Jenna moved to Los Angeles where she currently resides. Jenna landed a spot on season 2 of NBC’s hit show, Songland, where she pitched her original song to Julia Michaels. In July of 2020, Jenna received ASCAP’s first ever Peggy Lee Songwriter Award for her original song, “Fake Id”. She’s been featured in Billboard, American Songwriter, Earmilk and LadyGunn. She has opened for Dan + Shay, Barns Courtney and Hunter Hayes.