Svetha Yallapragada Rao, professionally named Raja Kumari, is an Indo-American rapper, songwriter and singer from Claremont, California. Kumari is known for her collaborations with famous artists such as Gwen Stefani, Iggy Azalea, Fifth Harmony, Knife Party, Fall Out Boy. She was also known for receiving the BMI Pop Awards as a musician in 2016 and appearing on BBC Asian Network's Bobby Friction on July 5, 2016 .
|Birth name||Svetha Yallapragada Rao|
|Born||January 11, 1986, Claremont, California, United States|
|Genres||Pop, dance, hip hop|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, singer, songwriter|
|Instruments||Vocals, keyboards, guitar|
|Associated acts||Divine, Iggy Azalea, Fifth Harmony, Fall Out Boy, Gwen Stefani, Knife Party, Sean Garrett, Shannon K|
|Website||Raja Kumari's Official site|
Songwriter and recording artist who has had a hand in the creation of many songs by popular artists, including Iggy Azalea's "Change Your Life" and Fifth Harmony's ""Like Mariah." She released her debut rap single, "Mute," in 2016. She has been signed with Epic Records LA as well as Sony Music India.
She began training in Indian classical dance at age 7. As a teenager, she became a respected freestyle artist performing under the alias Indian Princess.
She was honored at the BMI Awards for her work on the Fall Out Boy song "Centuries."
Her real name is Svetha Rao. Her parents immigrated to the U.S. from India.
She co-wrote several songs from the Gwen Stefani album This Is What the Truth Feels Like.
Latest information about Raja Kumari updated on June 07 2021.