Keishera James @ Reggaejam 2014, Interview, Video, Photos

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Keishera James habors an essence of soul, this sassy lady certainly has a unique sultry voice. I've always comes across artist and perhaps this time I'd personally taken time out to listen to her music, enticed by her lyrics and voice, seeing her on stage had me in awe. Perhaps I needed to connect and experience Keishera live and to my surprise was I drawn in by her beautiful voice, that captivated my soul.

Keishera James's voice is described to be a mix between Anita Baker and Sade, her raspy voice and the infusion of her Jamaican heritage and RnB/Neo-soul melodies exudes originality as a singer and songwriter.  Jamaican born, Brooklyn raised Keishera has the best of 3 worlds, She has released an EP called Body Language last year October and we should be expecting new works from her sometime soon.

Being one of the few female artist to performance at Reggaejam Keishera James without a doubt has left a good impression on many and continues to win over more music lovers hearts.

Written by: Lauren,  Photographs: Lauren, interview and videos by: Yeke & Lauren








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