If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a part of my soul tribe family, or at least curious to see what it’s all about. My name’s KARRA, and I’m so many things, but most importantly I’m an artist. I built this site in an effort to collide my world with yours, so you can get a fully immersive experience with who I am, and the art I want to communicate with the universe. Only recently I have stepped into my own being, knowing and trusting that it was officially time to start focusing on my own solo artist career. I would say if there was one positive that came from the Corona Virus pandemic, it would be that it forced me to look inward and pursue the projects that fulfilled me. It’s easy to lose sight of your original vision when you’re juggling so many different people and opportunities. I think a big distraction most people face when navigating life, is putting everybody else’s wants, needs, and happiness above their own. I’ve struggled with this my whole life. Growing up I was “different”. I felt like I didn’t really belong, and I would constantly get lost daydreaming of being on stage, making insane music videos, traveling the world, and recording in my own studio. I would always tell my family, teachers, and friends that I wanted to be a pop star. I just knew this was my destiny, and that nothing and no-one would stop me from making it happen. I think everyone around me knew I was talented, but it was difficult for them to comprehend the thought of me actually doing it, or what that would even look like. Due to this, I was faced with a lot of doubt and fears that others projected onto me, and let’s face it.. it takes its toll. The mental rollercoaster that you have to strongly withstand everyday to pursue a career in music, or any entrepenuerial venture for that matter, is a wild one. So many times I’ve wanted to give up because I felt like I was floating around aimlessly with no clear direction. What I later realized is that those accumulated experiences is what brought me to where I am today, and have blessed me with the emotions I need to create life-changing art that resonates with the masses. I feel as though my life has been one puzzle, constantly searching for the correct alignment and balance to push things forward. Maybe thats why my parents put me in music and dance classes at such a young age, because they knew how important these ideals where in living a life of fulfillment. The parallels I find within my childhood are entangled through out my adult life, and I can’t wait to open up and share these stories, thoughts, and ideas with you.
I started to journal religiously a little over a year ago because I felt like something was missing in my life. I had always heard successful people talk about how they wrote everything down on paper, and I’ve always wanted to commit to it but didn’t know how. Like any habit, it takes time, and a little experimentation to find what works best for you. I always viewed journaling as a chore, never really understanding the value in it. Now I can’t go a day without taking some time for myself to reflect, manifest, focus, and acknowledge the gratitude I feel every single day. There is something so incredibly therapeutic about releasing your thoughts, no matter how random or silly they may be, and looking back at it on paper. I never thought to do this publicly, but I think its time! Welcome to my blog, I hope through this journey I can make you feel a little less alone. <3