Interview With Krave

There is no question that Atlanta is a Mecca for all things urban music. With some of our favorite music artist hailing from the “A,” we’ve become accustomed to music that has a great sound and music that undoubtedly gets us to the dance floor. The ladies of “Krave,” are the latest music sensation from Atlanta. Backed by the music industry force we come to know as DeVyne Stephens, “Krave” follows in the footstep of other talented artists from Atlanta who has a great sound and whose music surely makes you move.

Chanel Ross, Jasmine “Jazzy’ Kearse, and Shanquilla “Shan Q” Robinson make up the ladies of “Krave.” After meeting in high school and realizing that they all shared the same ambition and passion for music, they embarked on a journey that would prove to be life changing.

A Word For My Sistas: There have been female groups that have come and gone. With that said, what makes “Krave” different from other female groups?

Krave: We bring a different energy. We have great chemistry and respect for one another. We’re about empowering females, though we’re not male bashers. We’re not your typical urban group. We like to try new things and test the waters.

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One Comment

  1. LOL, sorry. At first I thought you talking about KRAVE Magazine. LOL, slow me. But ok, I hope the best for these sistas and hope to hear from them soon. Not too many groups survive now and days. Soooo…

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