Lakeysha Charee
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LaKeysha Charee performing live @ Greater Grace Temple. January 21, 2008 - Fox 2 News Detroit

"National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day"

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Mark Your Calendars for Two Key Events!

February 7, 2010: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Sunday, February 21: The concert and testing event Gospel & AIDS: Black Life is Worth Saving

February 7, 2010 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), a national HIV testing and treatment community mobilization initiative designed to encourage Blacks across the United States and to get educated, get tested, get involved, and get treated around HIV/AIDS, as it continues to devastate Black communities.
AIDS Partnership Michigan will provide free HIV/AIDS rapid testing on Sunday, February 21 at 1:30 – 4:00 pm at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit’s Cultural District.

AIDS Partnership Michigan along with Black Pride Society and Kick – The Agency for African-Americans joins the effort by hosting the concert and free HIV/AIDS rapid testing event GOSPEL & AIDS: Black Life is Worth Saving on Sunday, February 21 at the Charles H. Wright Museum starring local gospel talent.

Scheduled to perform are Virgil Chillers, Lakeysha Charee and The University of Michigan Gospel Chorus. - A Michigan Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Organization Serving the metro Detroit community since 1994

"Feature and Appearance, May 2008"

Interview to discuss record release and personal interests! - Gospel 1440AM Detroit


LaKeysha Charee has released the following tracks
as singles off the forthcoming album. LaKeysha has
received local radio airplay.

1. Single & Saved
2. Faith In Man
3. Miracles

Album Title: (17 tracks)
Real Life



LaKeysha Charee is not just your average artist. In fact, to say that she is just anything would be an understatement.

Singing lead since the age of 6, playing her first instrument at age 8, acting since age 12, recording professionally by the age of 15, and touring with national stage plays with artist like Karen Clark-Sheard and Shirley Murdock has made this diva well-rounded to say the least.

Today, with seven instruments under her belt, and as a top graduate of the Recording Institute, LaKeysha has honed her vocal and production skills to bring you Real Life A testament that as real Christians, we go through real life experiences.

Born and raised in Detroit, MI, LaKeysha grew up with a deep appreciation for the soul of Motown. Her style reminisces on a time when music was music and lyrics were a deep expression of something meaningful. Combining this with the truth that is gospel, LaKeysha speaks to the heart of every listener through a connection to God and music.

As the title suggests, Real Life is more a collection of testimonies than a collection of songs. From the first track, Sincerely a dedication of self, to the last track, Miracles a revelation that miracles exist even during tragedy, LaKeysha bears her soul about learning and growing while walking with God.

Being a Christian is like being a tightrope walker. There are a million things that can distract you the crowd surrounding you, the fear of falling, the temptation to get off of that thin rope and just take the easy way. But, every step is a triumph. We have to tread carefully and ask God to order those steps. And when we fall, we have to appreciate the fact that God provides a net and a ladder.