Keldamuzik a.k.a THE DIVA
Kelda Williams, known professionally as Keldamuzik aka Diva, is an American music artist, actress, TV host, and producer.
Keldamuzik a.k.a THE DIVA
Kelda Williams, known professionally as Keldamuzik aka Diva, is an American music artist, actress, TV host, and producer. Born in Bay Area California, she is known for her hit singles “Queen for A Night” and “Thirsty” which are both on her 4th studio album, Diva TV (2010). After honing her craft as a music artist, Kelda expanded her brand into different areas of the entertainment industry. From dabbling in other genres of music such as pop and dance, to producing and hosting TV shows as well as producing films and pursuing an acting career; She then started running her own entertainment company.
Keldamuzik realized at the age of 5 the entertainment biz was her calling, starting off signing to local talent agencies in the Bay Area and auditioning for mainstream commercials, Kelda caught the acting bug. After a few stints, she migrated over to modelling participating in fashion shows throughout the Bay Area and working with local established photographers. She then started to record her first Hip Hop album in 2005. Kelda then moved to Oakland CA, and took the name “Keldamuzik” as her primary stage name and “Diva” as her alias. She has professionally released 4 Hip Hop albums under Loud Dust Recordings, Malaco Music, DSN and AMAdea Music.
Her career took off rapidly after her first break when she received a licensing opportunity for Sony Entertainment’s film “Please Give”, to follow up she then joined R&B singer Lloyd on a Japan tour and Reggae singer Jah Cure in the Caribbean performing at one of the biggest stadiums in Antigua and her song “Thirsty” hit number 4 on KISS FM in Australia. With regards to more song placements, her first single “I Don’t Care” from the “Diva TV Album”, was placed on Bravo TV’s Atlanta Housewives in 2020. Kelda’s video “Magic” hit the airwaves in 2020, showcasing her versatility in music by singing and creating a fun love song produced by Robot Millennium and written by Mrs. Thesis. She ventured into other aspects of the entertainment industry, producing her very first film “Love The Original Way” that screened at the Black Hollywood Film Festival. Her TV project “Diva Talk Tonite”, was an entertainment talk show interviewing local guests of all backgrounds. Kelda also used it as a networking tool to gain more opportunities in show biz. The show stemmed from her original reality TV series “Diva TV” which was a huge indie hit on local access stations in several Bay Area counties.