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Conversations with Kenilworth Katrina

Today we’d like to introduce you to Kenilworth Katrina.

Hi Kenilworth, please kick things off for us with an introduction to yourself and your story.
My father was a famous drummer/singer and my mother is a poet/writer, so I was born to write, sing/rap, and perform. I have been doing it as far back as I can remember. My first show was at the age of 12 but I had been writing and recording myself on cassette way before then.

I always loved music. It is a GOD-given talent that I was just born with. Even tho I had been recording and performing for people for years, it wasn’t until social media came out that I was really able to get noticed. I used it to my advantage and just stayed consistent with good music over the years and that’s part of how I got to where I am.

I was also blessed with some dope opportunities from people that I connected with in the industry over the years as well. But I wouldn’t have accomplished anything or have gotten to where I am without GOD… he’s the real MVP.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall, and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
Of course, everything hasn’t always been smooth but for the most part, I have no complaints. I wouldn’t change a thing because every obstacle or challenge I encountered taught me a lesson & got me where I am today

Thanks for sharing that. So, maybe next you can tell us a bit more about your work?
I realized over the last few years that the proper title for myself now is “Entertainer” because I do so many things. We as artists are always tapping into something new or something that we didn’t even know we could do, the more we tap into our creativity.

Not only do I write, rap, and sing, but I also host a musical trivia gameshow (See How Much U Know). I produce, arrange, & direct music videos too. What I am most proud of is being a leader with the ability to bring people together.

I brought 24 women together in DC (Resurrecting Queenz) to remake the Hip-Hop classic song SELF DESTRUCTION and I brought 24 men together in DC (Black Kingz United) to remake the Hip Hop classic WE’RE ALL IN THE SAME GANG.

I specialize in bringing people together and that’s what sets me apart

Can you tell us more about what you were like growing up?
I’m a Leo, so I’ve always been a leader.

Growing up I was always popular in school, in the hood and anywhere I went. People have always gravitated towards me, young and old.

To this day, people will tell you I’ve always been the same and I’ve always been known for doing music

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