Khalilah Rose ADD

Khalilah Rose

If ever there was a pen and a pad to describe Khalilah, it would tell a

story of an artist so deep in her own thoughts of other people's struggle.

Khalilah is a conscious spirit whose music brings about awareness of the

world around her. Inspired as a young child her journey as a song writer

began at the age of 12. Her voice would travel through her home and soon her

whole family would be her original fan base, watching her as she would put

on musicals to entertain the elders. Khalilah has performed in New York City

and has also traveled back to her roots to perform in Jamaica. Her debut

single "No Gunz," produced by Carl James on the “Deeper Riddim,” is making a

great impression in the industry today for its meaningful lyrics. "No Guns"

relays the unfortunate story of many who have lost their loved ones to

violent deaths. It also takes a political stand while asking the question,

how all those guns got in the ghetto.

Currently backed by High Noon Band she is colorful and fluid as her taste

for music does not only span the reggae scene, but reaches across

boundaries. Currently penning her album, her credentials are broadening as

the executive producer for various tracks. She has worked with notable

producers, House of Riddim, Carl James, Bobby Digital, Phillip Smart, Fifth

Element Records and has had the opportunity to perform in venues with

Capelton, Luciano, Gyptian, India Irie, Etana, Yami Bolo and more.

Not only has a singer, Khalilah worked as the host for Forever Reggae

Television in which she interviews various artists within the reggae

industry. Khalilah also works as a teacher for children with special needs

and a support staff worker in a local homeless shelter.

Her earthiness and sparkling personality has won over the hearts of

directors, radio personality, producers and fans alike. This songstress

represents a strong history of women walking in light, learning in love and

standing up for what is righteous. Khalilah represents the truth.

If ever there was a pen and a pad to describe Khalilah, it would tell astory of an artist so deep in her own thoughts of other people's struggle.Khalilah is a conscious spirit whose music brings about awareness of theworld around her. Inspired as a young child her journey as a song writerbegan at the age of 12. Her voice would travel through her home and soon herwhole family would be her original fan base, watching her as she would puton musicals to entertain the elders. Khalilah has performed in New York Cityand has also traveled back to her roots to perform in Jamaica. Her debutsingle "No Gunz," produced by Carl James on the “Deeper Riddim,” is making agreat impression in the industry today for its meaningful lyrics. "No Guns"relays the unfortunate story of many who have lost their loved ones toviolent deaths. It also takes a political stand while asking the question,how all those guns got in the ghetto.  
Currently backed by High Noon Band she is colorful and fluid as her tastefor music does not only span the reggae scene, but reaches acrossboundaries. Currently penning her album, her credentials are broadening asthe executive producer for various tracks. She has worked with notableproducers, House of Riddim, Carl James, Bobby Digital, Phillip Smart, FifthElement Records and has had the opportunity to perform in venues withCapelton, Luciano, Gyptian, India Irie, Etana, Yami Bolo and more.  
Not only has a singer, Khalilah worked as the host for Forever ReggaeTelevision in which she interviews various artists within the reggaeindustry. Khalilah also works as a teacher for children with special needsand a support staff worker in a local homeless shelter.  
Her earthiness and sparkling personality has won over the hearts ofdirectors, radio personality, producers and fans alike. This songstressrepresents a strong history of women walking in light, learning in love andstanding up for what is righteous. Khalilah represents the truth.



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