Announcement

I wanted to be clear about something

A couple month back, I talk about starting a company about developing artist and The Business.  Within that period, I was so excited to start it and I was at a good start.
Unfortunately,  I went through a tough situation that really affected Physically and emotionally upon being harrassed by people I trust.
Starting the company wasn’t an easy process within that period.
But right now, I wanted to be clear that I am restarting the company upon developing artist within the fields and business.  I am so happy to start moving this brand in the right direction.
Within working on my vision for this company,  I have to tackle alot of stuff within the process.
My goal is to start it up in two years, and I am going to be working within massive hours as to get it running.
I dont know upon what period it will be open. But I will put every strength as to make it happen.
Anyways
Thank You for the support ❤

Artist Recognition Lexii Alijai RIP Beautiful Soul

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Brianna Sacks

News Reporter at Buzzfeed

The Hip-Hop Community Is Stunned After A Young Rapper Died Suddenly On New Year’s Day

Lexii Alijai, 21, was a rising star from Minnesota and known for her empowering lyrics and remixes.Updated on January 2, 2020, at 6:56 p.m. ETPosted on January 2, 2020, at 6:29 p.m. ET

Minnesota rapper Lexii Alijai, best known for her remixes and collaboration with artist Kehlani, died unexpectedly, her family announced on New Year’s Day.

The 21-year-old from St. Paul, whose full name is Alexis Alijai Lynch, had cultivated acclaim and a large, loyal following with her empowering lyrics and remixes, as well as her collaborations with artists like Elle Varner.

Details about her death were not immediately released.

A spokesperson for the St. Paul Police Department told BuzzFeed News that they “do not have any reports related to Ms. Lynch.” However, the artist’s family announced the news on Facebook Wednesday, calling her sudden death “a nightmare,” and told BuzzFeed News that Lynch had died on Wednesday.

“You’ve touched so many souls,” her cousin Raeisah Clark wrote. “Heaven better be good to you cause they lucky to have you.”

While her appearance on Kehlani’s 2015 single “Jealous,” which made it onto Billboard’s Top 40 and was part of a Grammy-nominated album, cemented her as a rising hip-hop star, Lynch had been creating original music and remixes since she was young.

She was “committed and dedicated” to her music and always “knew exactly what she wanted to be,” her cousin LaMycha Jett told BuzzFeed News on Thursday.Ad

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Jett, who is 10 years older than Lynch, remembers babysitting her younger cousin and said watching her move up “on her way to the top” was an amazing experience.

“She was loving, caring, sweet, humble,” Jett said. “She gave hugs all the time and her departure words were always ‘I love you.’ She had a passion for art and creating writing. Alexis is beautiful inside and out.”

In 2014, Lynch officially released her first mixtape on her 16th birthday, Super Sweet 16’s. Two years later, she performed at the Soundset Music Festival alongside artists like Kendrick Lamar, Lizzo, Post Malone, and A$AP Rocky.

Her album Joseph’s Coat “showed off her Aaliyah-meets-Allan Kingdom, sing-songy rapper style and knack for writing about family, relationships and feminism,” the Star Tribune noted. And in 2017, she debuted her first full-length, 16-track project, Growing Pains.

While still in high school, the rapper went viral by rapping over songs like Drake’s “Girls Love Beyoncé,” Dej Loaf, 2Pac, Meek Mill, and Nas. Her clips on YouTube and SoundCloud have amassed millions of plays, views, and likes.

She posted frequently on Twitter and Instagram, where she had nearly 87,000 followers combined, and was active right before she died, showing no signs that anything might be wrong. On the morning of Dec. 31, she tweeted happy birthday to David Ali, Kehlani’s manager, and later that evening shared a New Year’s memory from 2013.

“Stayin in the crib as usual on New Years…lont do parties. I hope everyone has fun, be safe!” the artist wrote years ago and then reposted on Facebook Tuesday with the praying hands emoji.

On Wednesday, fans filled her last posts with messages of hurt, shock, and remembrance. Over and over, they wrote “gone too soon.”

Also stunned by the news of her death, hip-hop artists took to social media to share emotional tributes celebrating Lynch’s talent and character, mourning the loss of a musician who was only just beginning.

In her remembrance, Kehlani posted photos of herself and the young rapper, writing how “sick,” “angry,” and heartbroken she was.

“You got my heart on the floor right now lex,” she said. “You were such a star to me because every word you spoke was true. every word you wrote was honest…You was supposed to go take over the world lex. you was supposed take home the trophies and hang the plaques up.”

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Bas, a well-known Sudanese American rapper from New York, expressed his shock and sadness on Twitter. Lynch had opened for Bas last year during his Milky Way tour.

“It was an honor to know you, work with you, and be a mentor to you,” Elle Varner wrote.

According to her family, her death was sudden and unexpected. Clark, her cousin, was the first to publicly announce the news on Wednesday.

“Your a real Legend🎼 if you know her or heard her music you’d feel chills😔,” she posted on Facebook. “Rest in paradise you’ll never be forgotten!👼🏽 I’m so lost for words…my beautiful cousin with so much talent & Unique soul Lexii Alijai It’s too soon💔”

Family was “everything to her,” Jett, Lynch’s other cousin, said. She grew up surrounded by talented musicians, including her grandfather, Roger Troutman, who fronted the funk band Zapp, and her father, Roger Troutman Jr., who recorded for Capitol records. Both men died when she was a baby.

Growing up, Lynch made sure to attend family functions “when she could” and spend time with her little cousins, who adored her, Jett said.

She also loved to play basketball and write, her cousin added, but her purpose and passion was music.

“She touched so many lives through her music,” Jett said. “Alexis has a beautiful soul. She is a young legend. She knew exactly what she wanted to be.”

Brianna Sacks is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Los Angeles.

Contact Brianna Sacks at brianna.sacks@buzzfeed.com.

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Artist Spotlight #2 Rachel Kerr

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Artist Spotlight #2
Rachel Kerr

An artist of experience and living roots within the Caribbean.
Rachel Kerr is a symbol of love, passion, and endurance within a single beat.
Her music speaks in every way and enriches the lives of potential artist upon speaks.

A Grammy Winning Artist that has spice within The Caribbean Roots.

Rachel Kerr is a Multi Winning Recording Artist with a lot of endurance upon skin. Her most popular song has just been release “Lover, Lover”
Available on Spotify and Apple.

Rachel Kerr Words
“It’s taken me a while, but I have used all of my unique experiences, my Caribbean roots, my love for live instrumentation, my appreciation of retro soul and my inspirational lyrics and blended it to create my unique sound. A sound I couldn’t be any prouder of. A sound that is unapologetically me.”

Information about Her Success

Rachel Kerr Success
“On September 13th, 2019 Rachel Kerr released her new single ‘Lover Lover’ from her upcoming debut album (set to be released in spring 2020).

Her last single ‘Alive’ garnered 100,000s of streams from Spotify and Apple Music and even caught the attention of Sam Smith who posted the song to his social media. ‘Alive’ also received a GRAMMY Award consideration in 2018.

‘Lover Lover’ is Rachel’s follow up single. The song’s vibrant up-tempo instrumentation with live brass meets contemporary Caribbean inspired drums- an ode to her Caribbean heritage. ‘Lover Lover’ like all of Rachel’s songs are self-penned, celebrating the beauty of a love free from drama, carnality and stress – ultimately a superior love that gives peace.

In 2018 Rachel Kerr headlined her sold-out show at The O2 Islington with her 9-piece band. Her two-hour set of original material showed fans what to expect for her upcoming debut album.

After spending 2015-2017 touring the US, Africa and Europe opening for the likes of Lauryn Hill and Brandy, few singers can also boast personal invitations to sing for the Former US President and UK Prime Minister, but Rachel Kerr is one. After the success of her debut and sophomore EPs ‘Back to Music’ and ‘Getting Started’, Rachel has spent subsequent years honing in her sound. A sound set to establish her as a leading force in music.

Rachel’s powerful vocals and inspirational lyrics have often had audiences battling as to what genre she belongs to. However, the singer’s 2016 mixtape entitled ‘Unboxed’ was more than her third studio release title, but her response to the ongoing debate. The mixtape received rave reviews

“UK songstress Rachel Kerr … displays her amazing vocal prowess on “UnBoxed”, … Showcasing on music beds from the hottest joints out on the airwaves now, Kerr delivers a magical presentation on each song.” (Hype Magazine)

With influences in soul, r&b, gospel and reggae ‘Lover Lover’ showcases the singer’s sonic fluidity and ability to transcend the limitations of a boxed, singular musical genre.”

Charm Article
Grammy Winning Artist
Rachel Kerr

Spice up the Grammy with a lot of flavor. Music, Rhythm, and Pop Culture within our bones.
The minute I heard her Music, I was out blown. The lyrics and rthymic movement of a composite core. A woman that shows passion and mysterious vibes within music.

She has worked with artist: Sam Smith (Baby, everybody loves some Sam Smith), Lauryn Hill, Brandy, and even K Michelle

Rachel Kerr is a true artist with so much potential within the industry.
I love her sing “Lover, Lover”
This is a British Singer and Entrepreneur. Music is her signature passion within love.
Audience “Can we Amen”
Give a woman some LOVE
Rachel Kerr is a pop British queen within MUSIC

Alright, so let’s dig into her success

She is the Ceo and Founder of a Performing Arts Company named Singercise. The Academy “Singercise” is based on vocal coaching and training.

Her website
https://www.rachelkerrmusic.com/

Her works is incredible, and she styles the world upon many graces. Within music, she gives an edge upon Gospel Music and Creativity. This woman is a natural example of creativity and pop Caribbean roots upon music innovation.

Ladies and Gentlemen
Can a sister, get an AMEN

Her website has so much information about her success, music, and works. She has met so many famous people within the music industry. She has worked with artist such as K Michelle, Brand, and yes even Beyoncé.

Check out her music
Her spice is upon flavor and grace.

At a young age, she had a passion for Gospel music and showed her endurance along the way. She worked her way up within a ladder of the industry and gave much potential as to start her own Journey. She went above and beyond; she took every step as to combine her strength within Music.
Her family had the roots within the Gospel Music.
At a young age, Rachel Kerr started playing the violin and improved along the way. As a way as to reach her potential within music. Rachel decided to start dance and gain lessons within training.
She attended the Performing Arts Academy Blue Coat Comprehensive School and started to study GCSE. Within her years of school, she started to enter talent shows and competition.
Rachel was determined to make a statement within Music.

At the age of 15 years old, her big break was in a talent competition called Stars in Their Eyes.
She earned her first International Songwritting Award
She was invited to come on tour with many famous Gospel Singers

This woman is a true potential artist that has a lot of taste within Music. She has experience, networks, and opportunities.

A Music Legend within The Music Industry.

A List of Resources
Website
http://www.RachelKerrMusic.com

Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/RachelKerrMusic/

Company
https://www.singerciseuk.com/onlineschool

Twitter
https://twitter.com/RachelKerrMusic

YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/user/RachelKerrtv

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/rachelkerrmusic

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/23y37KlRJCtgL0SAauraKq

Apple Music: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id/1477831047

This woman is a true artist and a true genius within the soul of music.

Biography
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Kerr

Press

“Plain and simple, this woman’s high-powered voice, coupled with her gift to inspire others, makes her untouchable.” (Singersroom)

“Rachel is a certified star, one who has dazzled fanatics alongside music icons…The UK-BORN songstress Rachel Kerr is fast becoming a household name among music lovers. With dulcet tones, Rachel fuses the genres of contemporary R’n’B and gospel, forging a unique standard within the musical sphere. And the world is watching intently, as demand for the Birmingham creative continues to rapidly grow…” (The Voice Newspaper)

In a … scene dominated by hip hop and urban artists; singer Rachel Kerr stands out like a shining star.’ (Keep the Faith Magazine)

Rachel Kerr “Alive”

Rachel Kerr “Lover, Lover”

Etsy Development

So during the couple of weeks, I been working on portraits that I will be selling on Etsy very soon. These works are in early development and will be available to customers as to custom make.
I am showing you guys a sample of what I will be displaying on etsy very soon upon sale.
Thank You


Yes I made this portraits and 20 will be available when it’s up and running

Artistic Love

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Artistic Love

Every artist has wings, every artist has a voice.

Our voice simplifies a simple movement of love and value.

Spur out the trade, Spur out the voices.

We have our own language; we have our own dignity.

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As an artist, our job is to create a movement within the music. To be bold within the stage itself, to be empowered and never stop believing in our dreams.

Sometimes, life brings dedication.

But as long as we benefit within our community and write songs that have meaning. That’s the real value of love.

We might be afraid to reach out, we might be afraid to take leaps. But within the Music Industry, we have a voice, and we are the leaders that are going to make a difference.

Don’t expect life to build you down, don’t expect critiques to diminish your spirit. Everybody has a door, and it will open with time. But sometimes, life is a story built with walls, and quest.

You have to make the leap, and never be enchanted by the fear of taking off.

What Advice Do I Give to My Community of Artists?

Don’t give up, never breakdown, and take the shot at any age.

That’s why we exist, our music is a story that helps others along the way.

If you have any idea upon writing a song, think about the message, and where it might lead.

As a creative entrepreneur, I wanna be your voice and show you that potential does exist.

So be a leader and reach out to your community. Work with the artist, network with professionals, and always take chances.

It doesn’t take a genius to figure that out

As a creative entrepreneur, I struggled in many ways. I took a risk, I took Leaps. But I didn’t understand where I belonged. Music and Business were my main passion.

I learned a valuable lesson “If you want to be a leader, then show the world your real value within creativity”

Everybody always wants to be the best. But sometimes, being the best is not good enough.

Let your wings take flight, let your heart lead with desire.

Writing lyrics and composing songs are a natural beat. It brings our true value as inspiring as we can be.

I would love to contribute a story that helps me discover my passion and open my eyes once again.

Growing up I was a fan of Disney and I always grew up watching Disney Channel. I would watch Lizzie McGuire, That’s So Raven, Movies, Short Comedies, and More. I would dance and Sing to Disney Radio. I dance nonstop in my living room and sing every song from Disney.

What empowers my skin with Disney?

The potential of rising out and lifting your creativity with every step of joy.

That’s the value of an Artistic Love, Reaching your dreams and so much more

Thank you

Charm Rose Brand

Transformation Period, Battling The Worst, Towards My Bright Future

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This story is a transformative period between my bad memories leading me towards good changing opportunities that made me a stronger woman.

I write the story to inspire an artist to never stop believing in their dreams and to aspire themselves to be greater than what life expects. I went through a rough road, but sometimes situations can disrupt our path. This is only part of the story, but I plan to write a book that illustrates my life within the process. I plan to illustrate a book that gives people a perspective of who Charm Rose Brand, how she combatted situations, and how she used her experience to step out of the darkness and find a better chapter that’s more bright. All of that will be indicated in the book I am writing.

BUT ANYWAYS let’s BEGIN

Every woman deserves to dream,

Every woman deserves to explore.

I don’t hide behind a bucket of tears, I don’t hide behind a bucket of misery.

But in life, we only have one chance to explore ourselves, to explore our potential and not be diminished by what people think.

I transform my image for a reason, I transform my purpose for a message.

Dealing with depression, and hits of the tragedy was a dark world that traumatized me along the way.

I couldn’t think, I couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t feel anything.

I couldn’t imagine life as a one-stop dream, I couldn’t imagine memories as a gift.

I’m not gonna hide behind a face of beauty, and not understand myself.

For 10 years, I was lost, I was devastated, and given open wounds that I couldn’t handle.

So, I shaved my hair for a reason, so I shaved my hair for a purpose.

Within society, my hair became the target and attention.

Every time I wanted to speak; nobody would listen.

Every time I wanted to spend time; nobody would care.

I kept thinking of what I did, to be left in the shadows.

I was bullied and humiliated. I didn’t feel like a group of people who I believed were my friends would ever care about the person I am becoming. I was a target of a vicious and childish game of torture within the friendship.

Within this period, I cried and distance myself from the world I was living in. I lock myself in my room for a couple of months and didn’t want to be around anybody. I had a dark web within my guts, I had a dark web within my heart. All I thought about was thinking about what I could do to win this war. I didn’t want those groups of people in my life, I didn’t want those groups of people to ever be part of who I am.

So, the best solution was to walk away and discover my identity. I went through so many emotions, I went through so many hours of being painfully heartbroken.

Last year in 2018 became the most horrific moment of my life. I was being targeted upon my condition; I was being mock in Infront of students. I was being called out by ex-friends who didn’t love me as a person. Within the period, I almost attempted suicide and went into a deep depression that almost ended my life. Even though, I battled 6 health problems that were not easy within my own life.

Within my depression, I was nothing. I didn’t feel beautiful and felt damaged with all the hairs that reminded me of what happened. I couldn’t look in the mirror and see the woman in Infront of me. I couldn’t focus on my job, nor myself. Because all I thought about was the events that made me breakdown to the floor and cry.

When I would come to school, I felt like the whole world was against me. I couldn’t focus on the books; I couldn’t focus on my education. I couldn’t focus on anything than thinking about those people who led me to that point.

My friends and family would remind me of how beautiful I am. But I didn’t see it.

Within the back of mind, I kept thinking about

THE SOLUTION TO END THE PAIN

I will never forget what happened, I will never forget what type of pain I experience. But what I do know is that I’m learning how to combat the dark forces and find a light at the end of the tunnel.

As a moment of happiness, attending the Jonas Brothers Concert in 2019 was the most loving experience of my life as a human. Watching my childhood idols and being able to gain love within an audience.

This became a fanatic moment.

In 2019, I met somebody, and I knew in my heart that he could be the one. But the events and situations were too much to handle. Because I got humiliated again by another party that wanted to put my public information online.

I may be crazy to write this, I may be weird upon revealing the truth. But I was physically and emotionally damaged. I was heartbroken and made a fool by people I trust.

Transforming my life became a changing point to erase the past and step into the future. It became a moment to find happiness. Many events led me to the reason for shaving my hair, many events led me to the reason for shaving my past.

When the barber shaved my hair, all those horrific memories were disappearing. All those horrific memories were vanishing in total sympathy.

The minute I viewed myself in the mirror, I felt empowered and brave to combat what was tearing me down. I felt a boost of energy, I felt a boost of love.

Shaving my hair allowed me to be confident within my skin. Shaving my hair allowed me to rethink my future towards a new direction.

Even though I battled the worst, this transformation saved me from a world I was about to enter and never crawl out.

Many times, I thank god for a solution, many times I thank god for giving me my wings to fight and be brave.

Many times, I thank god for spurring the haters away.

I can follow my dreams; I can follow my purpose and determination.

I don’t need to be afraid of the world, I don’t need to be afraid of love.

Shaving my hair, attending a childhood concert, leaving the job that wasn’t my point of happiness, ending friendships with toxic people, battling 6 conditions that are a struggling, surviving situation of death within my memories, battling 10 years of trauma and trying to breakthrough.

So much has happened within my life, I can’t imagine.

But the benefits

Attending a community college and graduating with my Liberal Arts Associates, attending a University and working towards graduating in 2021 with my degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurship. Working hard towards getting into my dream school and following a plan to get my Music Business Bachelors and Masters. Working hard to work with Sony’s Music Entertainment, Warner’s Brothers Music, or Live Nation.

Working hard towards expanding my Brand Charmrosebrand.com and working on developing two companies within the world of music. Working on developing a line of books within Music and Textbooks.

Working towards gaining a career as an Artist Management and Administrative Assistant. Maybe someday, share a life with somebody and start a family.

Inspiring artists to follow their dreams and developing their potential. That’s my field of passion, I take steps to discover myself. Because I want to be a leader for other people. I want to be an influencer and be able to develop a world of music that has much respect within the community.

I tell my story for a reason, I don’t wanna hide who I am as a creative entrepreneur. I don’t want to hide who I am as an artist. Telling my story is a big step, Telling my story is a big turning point.

But I hope this story shows people a true potential side of Charm Rose Brand and what she had to do to find her true identity within the music.

I never want to allow my past to disrupt my passion for the artist and their movement. I want my life to be a legacy within the music.

Sometimes

WE HAVE TO BATTLE THE WORST, IN ORDER TO FIND THE LIGHT.

As a woman, I have big dreams and a big focus upon where I wanna be. Shaving my head was a turning point and I love everything about this experience. I don’t understand why these bad events happened. But within those 10 years, good things happen as well. I don’t regret my success. But I do regret upon allowing those groups of people to bring me down.

But I win the war, I win the gain of experiencing life from another view.

This is my story and I am a brave woman for starting a new chapter of my life.

Charm Rose Brand