Born and raised in Ypsilanti and looking to make her big break in the entertainment industry, Kenyatta began her career in musical theater at age 16, but hip hop and R&B are her first loves. She has shared her gift from the boardwalks of Venice Beach to the subways of Harlem. Kenyatta closed out 2019 with the opportunity to sing with Kanye West & THE Samples for his Sunday Service in Detroit. She has also been featured in the November issue of The Michigan Chronicle and has self-released the 4th music video of her career.
Her goals? To one day make her childhood dreams a reality. Kenyatta is a unique individual whose ultimate goal is to inspire young women of the world. She hopes to be as inspirational as those who have inspired her: Amy Winehouse, Beyoncé, Erykah Badu, Aretha Franklin, Mary J. Blige and that’s just to name a few.
Title Track is honored to present our collaboration with the Amplify Project as we showcase their three inaugural fellows: London Beck, Dani Darling, and Kenyatta Rashon. We are so excited to share about these three phenomenal talents who use creative practice to inspire, uplift, and tell their stories.