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Kharisma currently is a staff writer for The Philadelphia Sunday Sun.
She also hosts and produces “28 Days & Beyond” a show that highlights black history heritage and culture.
Singer, Musician, Television Host and Community Ambassador.
Kharisma began her work in television with CBS3/The CW Network as an On-Air Host and Community Ambassador. Kharisma’s ability to present information in a way that is both informative and entertaining has allowed her to land interviews with some of the biggest actors, directors, producers, and musicians in the world. Some of those interviews include; Oscar Award winning directors Jordan Peele, Adam McKay, and Damien Chazelle, Oscar Nominated director Ava DuVernay, Tyler Perry, Ryan Coogler, John Singleton, Ice Cube, Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Hart, Megan Good, Omari Hardwick, Kim Fields, Wayne Brady, and Laurence Fishburne. As a third generation musician and singer-songwriter and the adopted niece of the legendary Rick James, Kharisma can also add to her list of accomplishments singing background for Mariah Carey, Kenny Loggins, and being the opening act for Eric Roberson, Kenny Lattimore, and Deborah Cox. Kharisma performs throughout the Tri-state area as a both a solo artist and a member of “CTO Midtown Express”.
Kharisma first national production project was for BET’s live coverage of “The Home Going of Whitney Houston”. Kharisma recently made her directorial and screenwriting debut with short film “From the Concrete” earning a finalist spot for the PHS 2015 Flower Show “What is Beauty?” film competition. When not on set, you can see Kharisma covering press junkets for upcoming films, volunteering for a variety of charity organizations, and serving as a board member for Big Picture Alliance, an organization that works with underserved youth through media arts and educational programming.
Jeff Bastien & Oswaldo Abreu
Music DJ/Producer Duo
activist, actress, author, singer, mystic, and reality TV personalit
“I pray that my life has been an example to the world that it’s important to be your authentic self and that I showed the world that love comes in many different shapes and sizes!”
Rajee Narinesingh is an American transgender activist, actress, author, singer, mystic, and reality TV personality. Rajee was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. and raised in Philadelphia, PA. Her father was of Asian Indian descent from the country of Trinidad & Tobago and her mother is American (she is a mix of French, African American, Native American, and Polynesian). Rajee is most known for her appearances on talk shows such as Dr. Phil, Trisha Goddard (TV series),. Anderson Cooper; and about 35 other TV shows worldwide discussing her experience with Black-market injections into her: face, breasts, hips, and buttocks; that was passed off as medical-grade silicone. She also has acted in a number of film productions and has a memoir out called “Beyond Face Value”. She has also appeared on season 2, 3 & 4 of the reality show Botched on the E! Network. Rajee’s main focus is to continue to do her global activism, touch the world in many positive ways, and spread love in her own unique ways. PERSONAL MESSAGE! You can never see yourself as the world does. No matter how many mirrors you look into, you won’t see what everyone else does, going beyond face value is not just a lesson I had to learn, but it is an ethos I now live my life by. Have you ever believed you were destined for a path that was totally different from where you started or felt that life was directing you against the normal, the expected, and the accepted and that every challenge you faced was due to the higher power guiding you to a greater place? My story is both inspiring and devastating in equal measure. An outcast literally from birth, I have had to fight racism, prejudice, and ignorance my entire life. Through a series of events that would have broken even the strongest man. I’ve emerged as a butterfly does from a cocoon into a beautiful spirit, yet the cruelty of life has deprived me of the traditional facial value. My story came to the global stage of my horrendous and painful botched black-market injections that came to light in Florida. Quickly, the damage inflicted on me had attracted the media both nationally and internationally, within a matter of weeks. At age 44 I finally had a platform to speak out against injustice and cruelty. My story is about one transgendered woman’s incredible journey to truly understanding true beauty, but it has also touched millions, not just through understanding the plight of a transgender woman, but because everyone has experienced, at some point in their lives, the disapproval of their parents, bullying at the hands of ignorance, discrimination, and events that change lives for the good, even though the idea they could, or that a future is even possible, is incredulous.. Inner beauty is a lovely cliche, but after a life of tragedy, through spiritual enlightenment and prayer, I have beaten the odds and reached a point in my life where I know happiness and acceptance is truly beyond face value. I feel blessed that many people have been able to see my light and love and I have gained many loyal fans around the world.