The Rockaway EP
Elaine Lil'Bit Shepherd is a Vancouver based Reggae-Soul singer/songwriter. Her first single "Lady In The Streets" released in 2009 saw her deemed as a 'hidden gem' of Canada owing to her powerful and refreshing sound. Lil'Bit soon after became recognized in the industry as "the little girl with the big voice".
Her hard work & persistence earned her public respects & world renowned accolades. Shepherd is the recipient of the 2011 Juno Award (Reggae Recording of The Year) for her single "Likkle But Mi Tallawah". She is also a multi-recipient of the RMAA (Reggae Music Achievement Award), WRCMA (West Coast Reggae Music Award), & 2011 MMA (Marijuana Music Award) in the category of Best Reggae/Dancehall for her single "Sensimilla".
Shepherd is currently nominated for the 2013 Juno Award (Reggae Recording of The Year), for her debut album "Move Ya".
Elaine Lil'Bit Shepherd's formal accomplishments speak for themselves, but her voice speaks louder as she continually evolves as a professionally minded strong woman, and as a relentlessly passionate artist. Her sound is bold, and her humble frame only exaggerates the beauty her soul speaks, making Lil'Bit a Canadian icon worth following closely.