A 14-year old has made her first album and using it to address teen-related issues.
Singer, rapper and actress Dae’Ria Heavenly’s new album titled “Growing Up” talks about peer pressure, anti-bullying, and being raised in a single-family home.
Dae’Ria is a student at Avondale High School. She says she wanted her first album to be something her generation could relate to. Her album sales will be donated to Sozo Missions, a non-profit organization in Florida that helps keep kids off of the streets. It's led by Bishop Freeze.
During the summer Dae'Ria volunteers with Sozo. She's set to go on tour and plans to make Detroit one of her stops.
“Growing Up” is currently available on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon. To learn more or make a purchase, visit https://daeriaheavenly.hearnow.com/