Kaylah “Sharve” Baker – a musical talent and community activist

Kaylah “Sharve” Baker is a singer, model, actress, and community activist at only 14 years old.  She is an honor student and attends Travis High School in Fort Bend.

She was also featured in the Fort Bend Star a few years ago as a finalist for Sugarland’s Junior Talent competition.  Sharve has been performing for several years in the Houston area and was selected to perform the national anthem at the Sugarland Skeeters baseball game this summer.

She is not only a musical artist but believes in giving back in her community.  In September of 2012, Sharve’ started a nonprofit organization, KOOL (Kreating Our Own Legacy) with the mission to empower teens to use their creative talents as a vehicle to make positive changes in the community.  Sharve furthers her legacy with her first program “Sharve’s Sweethearts” which was recently launched in June 2013.  She has partnered with MD Anderson Kids Cancer Center to assist with this mission.  She is also a Virtual Volunteer for the Star of Hope.

Sharve will host a single release party on August 31 at FUNPLEX HOUSTON.  She will also be filming her first music video at Alief Taylor High School which features teen performers from all over the city.  The music video features teen performer Young Marqus who is also from Houston.  Young Marqus has been featured on BET and the music video will be featured on BET, MTV, and FUSE networks.

Sharve is a teen who is making a difference and wants to be a role model to other young kids and send the message that anything is possible.  Believe in yourself and work hard and your dreams will be fulfilled.

Links of importance along with recent news media links to learn a little more about Miss Sharve are available: www.prlog.org/12164173-recording-artist-sharve-set-to-perform-during-essence-festival-weekend-in-new-orleans.html, and

www.youtube.com/watch?v=2naKjZ-5AJE Single Release Commercial.

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