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Kaream Kharizma ready to blow up in Jamaica

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Kaream Kharizma (born Jeavoy Beharrie, August 6, 1995) is a Jamaican dancehall singjay.  



He was born at the Spanish hospital in St. Catherine and was one of five children. He was raised in a small community in Old Harbour known as Succaba Garden. Jeavoy attended the Innswood high school in the parish in St. Catherine where he completed is secondary education.

Jeavoy was exposed to a wide variety of music from a tender age by his father who himself was an aspiring age 11 his favorite included artist as diverse as Buju banton, Super cat and Sanchez. All whose song he knew word for word.

He voiced is first song in 2009 which was titled “Naah mek no man kill me” recorded by Jr. Brown from Vikings production. He later when back to just writing. In 2011 he recorded is second song titled “we miss you” which later became a community hit. This song was done in condolence of a childhood friend who had passed away. Determine to satisfy is parents dreams Jeavoy went back to culinary school where he completed 2 level as a pastry chef in 2013.He has been writing an recording ever since, releasing two new singles “Purple bimma” and “It a guh happen” produce by audiotrixx production. Both songs getting numerous air plays. He also did his first video and can be viewed on YouTube.

Kaream Kharima is determining to make his self-know for the coming year 2017 as he continues to write good music an looking forward to releasing new singles.




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