Indian-American rapper, singer, songwriter, and dancer Raja Kumari is a force of nature. Through singles “SHOOK,” “City Slums,” “Karma,” and her latest “N.R.I.,” as well as her debut EP, The Come Up, and BLOODLINE, Kumari announces that this is the new face of America. At 14, Kumari recorded her first song professionally and later found herself in in rooms with Timbaland, Polow Da Don, Tricky Stewart, J.R. Rotem, and Dr. Dre. Her first placement came in 2012 when a song she co-wrote called “Change Your Life” wound up on Iggy Azalea’s Grammy-nominated album The New Classic. Kumari signed with Pulse Recordings and went on to co-write hit songs for Fall Out Boy, Fifth Harmony, Twin Shadow, Knife Party, Dirty South, Lindsey Stirling, and Gwen Stefani. Raja has continued to conquer new grounds, covering Rolling Stone and being the global face of MAC Cosmetics. She recently announced a signing with legendary rapper NAS and his record label Mass Appeal / Universal Music Group.