Charizmia discusses life before finding music

Charisma Paige was raised in poverty in Dothan, Alabama, and was always looking for a way out. She enlisted in the military at the age of 18 and served for four years until she discovered herself and a place to call home in society. She had two children after leaving the service and chose to broaden her knowledge of several sectors. She started a delivery contract company and then decided to start a slew of other businesses to broaden her horizons.

Despite her involvement in a variety of enterprises and endeavors, she always knew she wanted to rap. She claims to come from a lineage of hidden talents, with singing running in her veins. Her uncle is a rapper, and her sister enjoys both singing and rapping, according to her.

Her music, she says, allows people to express themselves while also motivating them. She wants people to realize that anything is possible and that aspirations may be realized only if they are followed with zeal. She knows what it’s like to be responsible because she grew up with three younger siblings.

Missy Elliot, according to Charizmia, is the artist she would most like to duet with if she ever had the chance. Growing up in Alabama isn’t always simple because there aren’t many well-known musicians from the state to engage with. With that in mind, Charizmia claims she has to promote all of her songs herself and handle all of the behind-the-scenes labor in order for everything to run properly.

She continues to work on a variety of projects, and despite the lack of an official release date, an album will be released in the near future. You can follow her journey and rise to success on all social media platforms @Charizmia.