Ka'hryn began her journey to stardom in Bronx, New York. Ever since the R&B songstress performed as Lauryn Hill in her church's reenactment of Sister Act II, she knew she wanted to become a star. "It just felt right... I was only 12, but I had never felt that comfortable before." Realizing what she wanted to do with her life and with inspiration from The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, the style, talent, and modesty of Aaliyah, and the lyrical passion of Vivian Green, it came as no surprise that Ka'hryn followed her dreams immediately following high school. A chance encounter would allow Ka'hryn the opportunity to become a member of the girl group, Bellisima Rose, which seemed very promising. However, after stalled negotiations and a series of different group members, Bellisima Rose, ultimately disbanded, but this did not slow down Ka'hryn's career.
Grooming for this moment her entire life, Ka'hryn has been no stranger to the spotlight. A classically trained dancer beginning her training at the Harlem School of the Arts, she has been trained in ballet, tap and jazz from the age of three. Unafraid of hard work, Ka'hryn maintains the same level of commitment and dedication in every show that she performs, in every song she writes, and in every song she sings. In one year, she has coupled with indie label, First Born Music and Entertainment, under the direction of Big Mali. Today, Ka'hryn is finishing the recording of her debut album, which will feature not only her vocals skills, but also her talent as a songwriter. As a songwriter, Ka'hyrn brings her real life situations and relatable experiences to her writing, and she will write or co-write every song on her debut album. Her debut maxi-CD, HataBlockaz, hit the radio airwaves, retail stores, and the World Wide Web in the Spring, 2007.
Ka'hryn has worked with artists such as the Bay Area's Willie Joe and Scream Tour alumnus, Tango Redd, fusing together Hip-Hop and R&B with catchy mainstream melodies, which will attract a wide demographic. While finishing the recording of her debut album, Ka'hryn's single, HataBlockaz, has begun to make its mark at radio, on the Internet, and among DJ's across the country. Ka'hryn's single HataBlockaz and the flip-side, Excuses featuring label-mate, Rob-U, has charted on several websites consistently since March, 2007, including American Idol Underground , UBL , GarageBand , and others. Additionally, with several radio stations across the south spinning her single, and record pools from Massachusetts to New York to Alabama to Florida to Los Angeles giving positive feedback on her songs, Ka'hryn is further inspired to making her goals of becoming a multi-faceted entertainer in music and film, as well as a prolific songwriter, realities.
Ka'hryn is a sensational live performer. Incorporating her passion for music, her training in dance, and her natural acting ability, Ka'hryn continues to thrill audiences at every live show. As expected, Ka'hryn does live shows across metropolitan Atlanta, performing two or more shows each week. In March, 2007, Ka'hryn has sung background vocals for R&B artist, Sammie. She has also performed in Montgomery, Alabama, and she performed with hip-hop artist Jibbs and the original Dreamgirl, Jennifer Holiday, in Selma, Alabama. In April, 2007, Ka'hryn had the crowd rockin' with her at Fort Valley State University, where she also performed with Bohagun, JR, Roy Jones, Jr., and Hurricane. She represented for the ladies among all-male talent including the likes of Plies, B.O.B., Alfa Mega, and others at T. I.'s Club Crucial in Atlanta. For the summer of 2007, Ka'hryn has been supporting her radio single, HataBlockaz, by performing at venues in Texarkana, Texas and in Texarkana, Arkansas. In June, 2007, Ka'hryn was a featured artist at the Black Arts Festival in Huntsville, Alabama, performing with J. Holiday, Bone Crusher, Maceo, Hurricane again, The Alliance and Baby Huey. Ka'hryn just completed 4 legs of the Just Plain Folks Tour in Tampa, Florida; Tallahassee, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia and Nashville, Tennessee.