” WIKIPEDIA” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kasha_Mann At the age of five, when most little girls are just dreaming of being the New Whitney Houston, Singer/songwriter Kasha was making it happen. When she was five, the Brooklyn native, Kasha was singing in her church and glee choir throughout her elementary and junior high. Aside from singing and dancing, she liked skating and doing hair. Kasha started vocal lessons at the age of six and took dance lessons at the age of 4 until the age of 13, along with piano lessons. Her mother, who was a teacher and vocal trainer at the time, was a big inspiration to Kasha when she was young; it was because of her that Kasha decided to become a star.
At the age of 14, Kasha’s mom, the backbone of her family and the inspiration for Kasha’s music, passed away. Kasha’s older sister Tamiko stepped up to the plate and took care of Kasha and her brother, from that moment on. Her sister made sure both Kasha and her brother stayed on the straight path and guided them through their lives until they were adults. Kasha fell into a deep depression from the death of her mother and as she put it, “Everything just slowed down. I had to really find myself at the age of 14”. Her mother was everything to her not only in her everyday life, but musically as well. It took a while to get back in the swing of things, but this tragedy only strengthened Kasha’s dream of becoming a singer and when she was 15, she started her long journey to achieving her goals; taking every step with her mother in her heart and soul. At 16, Kasha knew she had to educate herself about the music industry and that’s exactly what she did. She went to the library and read up on trademarks, copyrights and all of the behind-the-scenes aspects of the music business. She became a member of ASCAP and would attend weekly meetings to further her education on the music industry. She now has her own publishing and writer’s situation at ASCAP as a result. Grammy Nominee producer Todd Terry Remixed the Single I Want You. Kasha’s Single, “I Want You” was first aired on WBLS FM by Kevin Hedge, and DJ Louie Vega however, the “I Want You” remix was released first, in 2012. The original was released 2014 into 2015.Taking the world by storm hitting the National Top 50 Charts in the 1st Week of Release. Kasha sold 11k copies from the trunk of her truck, now that’s grinding. Kasha’s music video, “I Want You,” also hit millions of viewers . Kasha is currently promoting her new release ‘’Hero,’’ now available on all digital stores. “Hero” is an up lifting and positive song, it just give’s this happy vibe that brightens your day.
“We all have Hero’s; we also can help each other out” she states. Kasha’s hit single “Hero” hit the Top 50 Worldwide National Charts. “Hero” Charted over “24” Consecutive weeks.
Kasha is Now Signed under Her own Entertainment Company Kasha Entertainment LLC, Kasha production company with Distribution From Arena 101 Distribution. Kasha is a national and international recording artist. She was featured on Star Magazine for the Best Unsigned Female Artist of the Month of September 2013. Kasha was featured in The Hype Magazine for the month of October 2013 and January 2014. In January of 2014 Kasha was interviewed and featured on Mafia Magazine. In February, Kasha’s music profile was on top national news blogs like This50, VlADTV, Rolling stone.
YouTube, MTV , Vh1 and more. March 2014, Interviewed with Hip Rock Magazine. Kasha Gets Nominated for 2014 International Music Entertainment Association (IMEA) For two categories R&B Soul Artist of the year. The 2nd category R&B Soul Song of the year for her super hit # ‘’ I Want You’’ Giving Thanks to the Mark Wilson for producing the Hit Single. Kasha won the (IMEA) ‘’Award ‘’ 1st Category R&B Soul Artist Of 2014
Kasha just landed her 1st Major Music Placement in film, commercials. Kasha is currently gearing up to tour, promoting her newly singles. “ 2015’’ will be available on all digital stores Kasha says, “Anything is possible, dream big and reach for the stars.
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