For Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Karma The Artist, the word is not only a part of her brand; it is part and parcel of everything she does and has been involved in since she was 7. Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Karma The Artist not only includes the word as part of her brand, but she has also personiﬁed it in everything she does since she was 7-years-old.
Karma owes her influence to some of the music industry’s brightest and most talented stars, including Teedra Moses, Aaliyah, Ryan Leslie, Missy, Drake and Michael Jackson, to name a few.; little wonder she mergers her beautiful and introspective songwriting with her soul-stirring vocals.
This rare and remarkable mixture of ability has provided her the opportunity to share the same stage with a wide range of artists, including Joyner Lucas, Marques Houston, Tyga, Chris Brown, Isley Brothers and Maze & Frankie Beverly, at several legendary venues like The Staple Center, House of Blues, The Kodak Theater, and more.
Karma has a degree in Sound Engineering and Post-Production; hence, she is responsible for writing and producing the majority of the tracks on her critically acclaimed mixtape, “The Good Karma Project,” in 2012. This creative work has received glowing reviews from established media platforms such as The Source, Urban Magazine, This ENT., Entertainment Monthly, 953 Jamz, Pitstop Musicians, YV Mag, Buzz Music, Voyage LA And many more. She followed up her mixtape by releasing singles such as “The Birthday Song” and “Cry,” both of whom have garnered over 250,000 plays across major streaming platforms, including Apple Music, Tidal and Spotify.
As her latest smash single “Before It’s Over” continues to gain momentum on DSPs, it is a record that speaks to one’s ability to ﬁght for love rather than just walking away. It’s a bold and daring statement of desire to stand in the line of ﬁre and vulnerability.
However, despite her fame and meteoric rise, Karma has not forgotten her LA roots, especially the LA artists. Through her company Good Karma Entertainment, Karma provides a safe space for music acts to create their success under her tutelage.
Away from music, Karma is involved in several non-profit organizations as her way of helping the people and giving back to society. She is the founder of Find Your Karma, a non-profit organization that helps people who have lost their way with several free resources such as mental health evaluations, job placement, and relocation to help them regain control over their futures. She is also the founder of Treble Girl Ent. is a boutique music agency providing services, resources and support to underprivileged and underserved women in the industry.
On her motivation, she said, “I was motivated to build my brand by my passion to keep the music alive. As the industry transcended, so did the need to have a brand even before the world knew who you were. You can sustain a brand until the passion projects you want to do are a feasible concept.”
Asked where she sees herself in five years, Karma says she sees herself as a household name as a result of her consistent contributions to the world of music, radio, tv/ﬁlm and philanthropy as well. Also, as a company, she would like to be the leading liaison and one-stop for all things women in the industry and the world alike.
Learn more about Karma by visiting her website.