Khalilah Rose is a beautiful roots reggae flower that uses singing and songwriting as a tool to revolutionize the world. She possesses a burning desire to ignite positive change for humanity. Khalilah Rose is not afraid to stand on the frontline as she has managed to elude her rebellious nature passed through her Maroon bloodline. Yearning to heal, she writes songs that focus on upliftment, love and change.
Releasing her breakthrough album, “Zion’s Lullaby” in 2012 her messages and unique voice resonated within the hearts of the masses worldwide. “No Gunz” the first single released from the artist allowed her to assume her position as a peacemaker. “Weep Not” a single featured on the classical Fade Away Riddim elevated Khalilah Rose’s status in roots music to a new level, as mankind can relate to the growing concerns within the food and health industry. “Your Eyes,” released by House of Riddim personified Khalilah’s unique personality as she revealed her softer side.
Performing for many years, Khalilah has had the opportunity to grace small and big stages with some of the reggae fraternity/ international greats such as Marcia Griffiths, Ken Boothe, John Holt, Freddie Mcgregor, Luciano, Capelton, India Irie and many others. She has recently performed on Rebel Salute 2016.
She has worked with some notable producers such as Phillip Smart, Carl James, Ed Robinson, Bobby Digital, House of Riddim, PushaYute Productions and Calibud Music. Currently she is working with Calibud Music on her sophomore album slated to be released 2016. “The new album has a blend of songs that contain more insight of my personal struggles and triumphs. I have gone through many trial and mixed emotions while writing and recording this album. I also have songs that address global issues and concerns,” Khalilah mentioned. Her first single from the album entitled, “Incient Herb” will be the first song to be presented to the masses from her upcoming album in early March 2016.