Introducing Pop Artiste RAVOSHIA | #Blogmas Day 15


Ravoshia Mone' Whaley was born in Merryvile, Indiana. With her mother hailing from Texas and her father from Bermuda, Ravoshia was afforded the opportunity to have dual citizenship. Growing up, Ravoshia studied ballet at the United Dance Production in Bermuda. In her senior year of high school, while still pursuing dance, she developed a passion for singing. Realizing her gift for both song and dance, Ravoshia focused on honing her craft and pursuing music fulltime. Ravoshia fancied her musical styling in the same light as her singing and rapping idols Beyonce, Janet Jackson, Aaliyah, Lady Saw and Sean Paul. Add to her passion for singing and dancing, the ability to write song lyrics, and it seems apparent that this Texas native aims to achieve the same level of acclaim and prosperity as those same pop icons as hers. Her single Dip and Wine released on August 28, 2015, stirred up some impressive traction playing on some top major and rhythmic radio station across the U.S and overseas in Bermuda, islands. Late in 2016, Ravoshia was featured in MTV's Top Ten Most Visited Artist for 8 consecutive weeks reaching the number 1 spot. 

Recently, on November 17, 2018, she released her anticipated new single Fashion Killa, which is playing on some radio station nationwide in Chicago, Connecticut and etc. She has traveled and still performing at music events, shows all over the U.S and overseas. Ravoshia's sound is a unique blend of hip-hop, pop, reggae, and soul. She has a special voice unlike any other voice out there in mainstream music. Armed with a strong confidence and unmistakable womanliness to her sound, Ravoshia is a breath of fresh air. She's determined. She's driven. She's magnetic, a multi-talented triple-threat force of nature. A spicy, strong-willed yet femininely soulful artist that has something to say, and leaves her audience hypnotized. Ravoshia is a beautiful music force to be reckoned with and a true entertainer at heart.

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