Carter Ray, a charismatic and captivating performer, is redefining what it means to be an artist in today’s world. Ray is spreading his talents into the realm of music. He is best known as a filmmaker and TV personality who has been on MTV’s Faking It and won “Best Drama” at the QueerX LA Film Festival for his debut short film, The Change Up. He’s already created a reputation for himself in West Hollywood by singing at some of the city’s top nightclubs, and he kicked off WeHo Pride on June 3 this year by releasing his new single, “Wait for You”.

Many of us are unaware that music is an integral part of our life since we interact with it at various times. B ut this is something Ray and Alexa recognize and express in their magnificent track ‘Wait For You.’ They combine their vocals in piano-driven tones with a gorgeous string accompaniment throughout the piece.

Collectively, they produce a real, honest, and moving sound that touches on the strands of significance that music has in our existence. The track is positive and heartfelt, and it delivers everything we’ve grown accustomed to. The song recounts a wonderful, one-of-a-kind narrative about two trans artists in love. It also illustrates a love worth battling for and one for which Carter Ray is ready to wait, ultimately discovering his perfectly imperfect connection, reinforced by its flaws and made more significant by both parties’ unshakeable resolve to make it work.

With a soft touch, the piano opens “Wait For You” with affecting and lovely tones. It’s a lovely piano tune that transports you to a place of calm and tranquility. “Wait For You” is fueled by upbeat basslines that tumble along with a gentle piano tune and are finished off with a passionate, 90s-inspired voice.

In the tranquil, relaxing, and enchanting “Wait For You,” Carter Ray collaborates with Alexa Abraxas to create a wonderfully beautiful musical flow. The piano and strings blend brilliantly to fill you with the music’s soft brightness.

Listen to “Wait For You” by Carter Ray featuring Alexa Abraxas on Spotify and let us know what you think. Cheers!