Out of Control
Singer/songwriter from Baltimore, MD, Rashee began singing at the age of 4. Born into a musically inclined family, where her father, Gregory Deanda, wrote for and recorded with Motown Records, Rashee was destined to sing. Her roots in gospel music led her to do many church solos, weddings and talent shows. After winning her first talent show at the tender age of 7, Rashee decided at that moment that she wanted to be a recording artist. She went on to record her first demo at the age of 14 with her Uncle. Her current album, 'Out of Control' featuring her hit single, 'Down the Alley' is already creating a buzz in the Baltimore/DC area. You can expect her creative style and a voice not to be compared to any other to leave you wanting more. 'I am overjoyed when people can relate to my music. Every song I write stems from personal feelings and experiences. It makes me feel good when I know that people have gone through some of the same situations I have gone through. It makes them able to love the music that much more. Music has a special way of touching us. I want my music to bring out that feeling that someone might need at the right time', says the sultry singer. Rashee's accomplishments include: a solo CD released in 2000, assistant dance instructor and member of the Imani Dance group, member of the quintet singing group, Voices of Blessings (Walbrook High School), a single from the 'Out of Control' album aired on Magic 95.9, performer for the BaltimoreBelieve Tour, opening act for the Funkaholix and co-songwriter of her 2nd solo CD. Her major influences include old school music and artists such as Stevie Wonder, Musiq and Brian McKnight. 'I love all kinds of music, but it's something about old school that does something to me. Maybe it's the instruments they use, the lyrics...I don't know, I love it!' 'You can expect to hear more from this rising star. Let's watch as the butterfly emerges from her cocoon and brings a much needed flavor to the music game.'- Nowchild.