Her name is Quanisha. She is a 19 year old singer, songwriter & dancer who is ready to break the barriers of the industry with her unique style of music & her very unique voice. A Perth Amboy, NJ native Unsigned, Quanisha completed her self titled, debut album, "Quanisha", in 2008. The album will launch this young lady into the fabric of R/B and POP-HOP culture.
album features dance favorites “Hott” and “Jell-oh”, and the sweet slow-jam "All For You", which all currently get high marks in 5 radio markets.
In 2000, Quanisha, as part of the Disney Tune Troop-was part of the opening act for Britney Spears throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts at concerts and
special events. She was a member of the Performing Arts Youth
Collective (1999-2000) where she performed for various organizations throughout the Greater Hartford Connecticut area. Quanisha also sang and continues to perform at the Annual NAACP Conventions and events throughout New Jersey.
Quanisha attended the John A. Langford School (1998-2000) where she performed with the Youth Chorus and Inter-El Chorus – in which she sang a solo of “Kabo”. Quanisha attended Redland Middle School and and was a member of the 6th & 7th
Grade Chorus, Redland Singers and Montgomery County Honors Chorus.
Throughout 2006-2007, Quanisha sang with "The Wedding Band & Raddy" from New Orleans and performed at major venues including numerous New Year’s Eve Parties in Washington D.C. and Kentland Mansion events in Maryland. At Magruder High
School (2004-2007) Quanisha sang in the Chambers Chorus which was the highest ranking choral group in the school and won the annual school talent show three years in a row. Quanisha is the recipient of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Duke Ellington Arts Award Outstanding Academic Achievements In The Arts of 2007. And in 2006 Quanisha won 1st place in the Clarksburg Day Talent Show.
Quanisha continues to devote her time, talent and resources to Women's Shelters throughout the Washington, DC area, has performed for the Democratic National
Committee, The Clarksburg Holiday Boutique and Wine Tasting Events, Events celebrating Martin Luther King Programs (Aberdeen, NJ.) and in December of 2007 she led an outdoor sing-a-long at the Clarksburg, MD Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Quanisha has spent the past 18 years developing her artistry,entertaining
audiences, and advocating causes close to her heart. In these 18 years, Quanisha has grown into a young woman with a newfound strength that stems from changes, professionally and personally: Quanisha is finally free to openly speak from her heart, soul and mind. In the past couple years Quanisha moved from New Jersey to
her home near Washington DC, built her song catalog, prioritized her vision and awakened with a new sense of passion within herself, “I have all this creative energy and all these ideas, so I thought, ‘let me put a dance troop together, get creative and do what I love to do.'” Quanisha is a young woman,liberated, focused and driven to continue to inspire, innovate and keep audiences on their feet, for the next eighteen years. You aint seen nothin yet!