Aisha Al'Najare | Self Sabotage

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Self Sabotage

by Aisha Al'Najare

My name is Aisha Al’Najare. I have been singing ever since I was a little girl. Through my life I have learned to channel my personal experiences through my music. My plan is to help and encourage others who have encountered similar experiences. In the process, putting smiles on their face and in there heart.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Motown
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Name: Aisha Al’Najare
Nickname: Butterfly, ButterflyBeauty, and ButterflyStar
Ethnicity: African American/ Puerto Rican /American Indian
Height: 5’2”

Aisha Al’Najare was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, on October 1, 1989, to her parents Khadijah Al’Najare (Puerto Rican/ African American) and Rickey Kee (African American/ American Indian); Aisha has lived in Amarillo, TX, with her mother but came back to Charlotte, NC, for her high school years to graduate in her hometown. Aisha is a graduate of E.E. Waddell High School, in Charlotte, NC. Aisha believes that music is food for the mind, body and soul. Aisha has stated, through music is how we learn, develop and help to become who we are created to be. At the age of six Aisha was diagnosed with ADHD and a few other learning disorders. She has stated, “It was hard for me to learn in the “normal way” but I had people in my life that loved me and would not allow me to give up.” The way Aisha learned was through the arts such as, acting, dancing, singing, modeling, and other ways of creating and self-expression. “My mom said that she did not care what the tests said. The disorders were something I had, not who I was or who I would become.” As a child growing into an adult her mom saw this, and began to use Aisha’s strengths as both an outlet as well as to educate her in school tasks. She began performing at a young age; she enjoyed putting on shows for her family alone, as well with her cousin. Aisha also performed in stage plays such as, Fiddler on the Roof, For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf, and The Colored Museum, just to name a few. She has also performed, as well as, written plays, with her high school theatre brothers and sisters such as, Life in The Hall. She has also modeled for local malls at both North Park Mall and Carolina Place Mall both in her hometown of Charlotte, NC Through acting and traveling for modeling competitions she found her voice and her love for singing. She enjoys listening to all sorts of artists especially her role models Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, and Mariah Carey. Aisha Al’Najare’s single is scheduled for release in March, 2013, Titled: Self-Sabotage. This is her first song she has written and released. Aisha states, “It is from my heart and a life experience of things that I have been through personally. I know people will be able to relate to this song on some level. My intention is to help them get through what they may be experiencing.”


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