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Artist Khadia Handon Piques Interest of Music Industry

June 25th, 2011

Promising Artist Khadia Handon Piques the Interest of Music Industry Insiders with Latest Compilation

(Los Angeles, CA) - “KHADIA” (Khadia Handon) soon to be release debut musical collection is infused with a unique style, and interlaced with the melodic tones of Alternative and Pop. From her soulful delivery, powerful lyrics, captivating harmonies and amazing ability to mesmerize the audience’s insatiable musical palate; this polished and skillful gem promise to seize our imagination, and take music lovers on an amazing journey that is worthy of a true artistic aficionado.

Currently residing in the Los Angeles area, KHADIA is perfecting her craft by engaging in everyday practice i.e. writing, recording and performing nationally and internationally. Her upcoming release, captures a diverse audience, and consists of eleven (11) songs.

Notably, KHADIA has toured as a backup singer for national recording artist and actress, Mýa and performed with the legendary Prince at the Indigo Nightclub in London. She has traveled around the world performing for events in Las Vegas, South Africa and Greece, as well for Entertainment Tonight’s “Dream Wedding” at the Disney World Castle, Wayman Tisdale’s Smooth Jazz Cruise and opened for acts such as Savion Glover and DMC of Run DMC.

“Khadia’s soulful and impassioned delivery blended with infectious melodies, stand out production and relatable music help make her the one to watch.” Mir.I.am/R&BRadio]

Khadia is sure to make a huge impact in the national and international market due to her versatility and ability to go against the grain. This precious stone is definitely here to stay!

For more information regarding “KHADIA” visit:

www.youtube.com/jhandon782

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