Kreesha Turner is a Canadian/Jamaican recording artist and songwriter, born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Raised in both Canada and Jamaica, she began her musical career after a successful audition with Virgin Records. She signed a record deal with the Capitol Music Group, under which the Virgin imprint operates. Concurrently, EMI Music Canada signed her in order to more effectively tap into the Canadian market.
|Born:||Jun 10, 1985, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada|
|Genres:||Dancehall, Reggae, Hip hop, R&B, Soul, Jazz, Dance-Pop|
|Labels:||EMI Music Canada (2006–2013), Capitol (2006-2013) (US) Republic (2014–2015)|
|Associated acts:||Kardinal Offishall, Wally Lopez, Delerium|
|Twitter:||Kreesha Turner's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Kreesha Turner's Instagram profile|
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|SoundCloud:||Kreesha Turner's SoundCloud|
About Kreesha Turner
Singer who released the single "Don't Call Me Baby" and was nominated for a 2013 Juno Award for R&B/Soul Recording of the Year.
She started performing in the underground Canadian hip hop music scene after graduating from high school.
She scored her second #1 U.S. Dance hit with "Keep Running The Melody" in 2012.
She and her two siblings were raised in family with a Scottish father and an African and Chinese mother.
She has cited Erykah Badu as one of her main musical influences.
Information related to Kreesha Turner
- Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts alumni
- Canadian dance musicians
- Canadian expatriates in Jamaica
- Canadian female singer-songwriters
- Musicians from Edmonton
- Black Canadian musicians
- Black Canadian women
- Canadian female pop singers
- 21st-century Canadian singers