Rising R&B artist, KARMA drops $1,000 Album
LOS ANGELES, CA – If you put out good vibes into the world, you’ll get good back as a law of nature. That’s the mantra by which Southern California artist Karma lives her life. True to her name, she is on a mission to put as much good into the world as she can … and she does so through her incredible music and acts of kindness!
With a fun but soulful sound that embraces notes of R&B, pop and hip-hop, Karma is one of the fastest-rising female singer/songwriters. Her unique style is turning heads internationally. Her most recent album, “Good Karma,” displays that one-of-a-kind sound across 14 undeniable hit tracks that fans of all ages will love. Though the project isn’t set to drop until Feb. 14, Karma has already released the debut single, “RayBanz.” It’s a super club banger that she said is great for having fun with your best friends!
“It’s for the ladies – the fellas too, but more-so the ladies,” she said. “It’s about making girls feel good. It’s written from my point of view as a woman in the club with your girls and just feeling good about yourself while trying to catch the perfect lighting. Girls know what I’m talking about, lol. It’s about feeling saucy, bossy and looking cute.
Karma said this album is the absolute perfect blend of turn-up fun songs, with a mix of a couple of love ballads strategically placed throughout. Critics who have gotten an early private listening session of the album have compared it to a combination of Future, Rihanna and Drake. Karma said she’s so confident in the music that she’s selling the album for $1,000 … yes, you read that correctly.
“I’m just giving people a vibe of what I am as an artist, and displaying the range of what I’m capable of,” Karma said. “I want to put out good vibes to the world, so with this album I wanted to come in on the fun side of things with some swaggy songs that could help people enjoy the different parts in their life a bit more. The reason my team feels justified in selling this album for $1,000 is because of all the insanely intense work that has gone into it. I’ve worked on this album for the entire year of 2018. I’ve traveled back and forth across the country pulling different sounds and musicians together to make the most phenomenal musical experience anyone ever had from a truly independent artist. I would respectfully put the quality of my music side-by-side with Cardi B or Beyoncé. I admire their work and believe that I, too, have the same superstar potential that they have. Some artists mass produce music that sounds like everyone else’s. That’s like driving a Honda. Driving in a Bentley is an actual full-blown experience that you won’t forget. You also won’t forget my music after I take you on this sonically luxurious ride. I pride myself in making the Mercedes McLaren of Music! Everybody can’t afford it, but the super fans I have can. We have already sold seven albums for $1,000 each, so at this point no one on the planet can tell me it can’t be done because it’s in my bank account! The footage of the $1,000 sales is documented in my documentary coming out at the end of February. I got the idea from Nippsey Hustle, who sold his album for $100 each, and in one day made about $10,000-plus after Jay-Z caught wind of Nip’s project and bought 100 copies while fans lined up to support, as well. Nippsey got the idea from a book entitled ‘Contagious.’ My super fans (respect to Ryan Leslie’s) who purchase the album will get the 14 songs and an additional secret bonus three songs that won’t be on the Tidal, iTunes or Spotify version. On Feb. 14 everyone can download the 14-track album from all platforms for the regular $9.99. Don’t take my word for it, though. Go listen to my whole album and tell me if you don’t feel like a new person by the end of it! I believe I have the best melodies, choruses, concepts, punch lines, beats and all-around song production in the industry for 2019. The critics who have heard it (some who sit on the Grammy board) have already said this is Grammy- worthy work, so I’m excited to see how the people receive it! At the end of the day, if Fendi Flip Flops are going for $950 right now, why would I believe that songs that I have worked on every day for an entire year should go for anything less. No disrespect to Fendi, but if they believe in their mass-produced product that much, then so do I. You should believe in yourself, too, and the good art you are putting out into the world. You all are amazing and have genius-level talent!”
Karma has always been into music since she was a young girl. Her mother was the first person to ever manage and believe in her singing gift. Unfortunately, she passed away from breast cancer when Karma was still quite young. Her family was involved in the industry, with her uncle the legendary Bobby Womack and her father as a musician and producer. By age 10 she was performing in girl groups with her sisters and friends, and by 16 she was full into a solo career. Along the way she has developed a sound and style that is different from anyone else out there. Her tone – a soulful blend of R&B and pop – pairs perfectly with the way she writes. She’s both current and progressive at the same time. Even though she wants to make feel-good, mainstream music that will appeal to the masses, her music still genuinely comes purely from the heart when she writes.
“I believe that people will play my music and feel like it’s timeless,” she said. “If they want to get away from their world for a bit, they can put my music on and feel good. My fans have told me that my music is a gift that keeps giving them life in the hardest of times, so I feel like my mission is being accomplished.”
Karma wanted to thank her main producer PARKER (IG: @CallMe_Parker) for producing, engineering and mixing/mastering the entire project on top of shooting all the videos and pictures for it. She’s also grateful to her manager Leonardo Cavalli (IG: @King_Cavalli) and THE CROWN MUSIC, which is a team of four that believed in her dreams and has always been open for partnerships.
Karma said she’s already started working preliminarily on a follow-up project that she wants to release before the end of 2019. She said it will dive deeper into situations of life, love and finding yourself. Right now her team is focused on putting together a tour starting late spring/early summer. Until then, fans can check out her new single “RayBanz” on all digital distribution sites, and can look forward to her album “Good Karma” set to drop February 14, 2019. Go preorder it now from all streaming platforms.
To listen to Karma’s music, or to follow her on social media, please visit:
“RayBanz” Music Video
“Good Karma” Album