Kahra is a top of the line recording artist, singer, songwriter, visual artist, actor, model, & dancer. She is talented with an unrelenting determination for success in the entertainment industry. Kahra enjoys media show hosting, painting live, photography, interior design, website design, album cover design, playing piano, playing guitar, and video shooting, directing, & editing.
Kahra sang backup on a song sang by Bob Marley's Mom, was on an MTV reality show, danced on the field for Superbowl XLI & XLIV Halftime Shows, model on a downtown Miami billboard, recorded an album in Syracuse, Italy, written songs for 2 indie films, co-wrote a song featured by an artist on Cartoon Network, and performs live with her band "Miami Myth" or solo acoustic.
Kahra has written over 250 songs to attain a strong catalog published by Karamark Publishing LLC. Kahra has 4 albums for sale online: "Bahama Breeze" reggae produced by Karl Pieterson (Bob Marley Exodus), "Catch 22" electronic lounge produced by Coy Paez (Miaqua), "Time of Transition" rock electronica and "XOXO" dance pop produced by Justin Thomas (Nadia Ali "Crash & Burn"). DJ’s enjoy playing Kahra’s tunes on Radio, Internet Radio, & live in the Miami club scene. Kahra has interviews by Luis Villamizar of No Biz Talk Magazine, Kelly Dunn from SongwriterPro, & the Internet Radio Show SIDEKIX on blogtalkradio.
Kahra grew up in the midwestern "bermuda triangle" of: Chicago, IL- Madison, WI - Iowa City, IA before she escaped to her current beloved hometown of Miami. At the age of 4 Kahra began taking piano lessons and singing in school & church choir as an alto thus developing a love for singing harmony. At the age of 15 Kahra began taking private vocal study and continues to study with Mary Walkley (Kris Bentley of Inner Circle/ Katherine McFee of American Idol). Mary studied with Seth Riggs (Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder). Kahra has also taught voice at Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre as well as private lessons.
Kahra is a member of ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, & Publishers), NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences), NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International), & CSC (Chicago Songwriters Collective).