Kera is a rapper and songwriter who’s written and recorded several albums. She has worked for major television networks, ESPN and CNN. And now, she’s host of the hit show, Kera Dangerous Talk, available on Roku and FireTV through Neverleved TV. Neverleved is the largest independent Black Owned Streaming Network.
Kera has always been fascinated with celebrity style and culture. When the pandemic hit, she searched for a way to uplift those around her and her followers on social media. She wanted to promote black voices, talent, and those who are doing good in the community and for the culture. She wanted her audience to see that Black History is happening everyday and that God is very much alive and in control. From that, Kera Dangerous Talk, was born.
Even as a young child, she was always opinionated and unafraid. When teachers said something racist or unfairly targeted black students, she was the first to call them out and give them a list of reasons why what they said or did was wrong. She’s kept that same energy and activism throughout her life. Incorporating that theme into her song, State of Emergency, from the Kera Dangerous 2 album, she talks about how society has changed and the need to come back together as one. Never afraid to call out those who discriminate against others, Kera is using her platform to bring truth to power.
Kera has interviewed award-winning musicians, music producers, entertainers, scholars, journalists, and doctors like Troy Oliver, Sting International, Dr, Boyce Watkins, Luenell, Sherri Shepherd, Omar Gooding, and Dr. Fritz Jean-Pierre, just to name a few. They come on the show and talk about their life, give insight into what they do and how others can follow in their footsteps. Kera’s passion comes through in her interviews. She spends hours researching guests and often surprises them with her knowledge of their careers and life. Because of this, she’s able to go where no other talk show host goes and get her guests to truly open up. Her ability to do this and her personality caught the eye of Neverleveled, LLC executives who added her to their show line-up.
From joking with comedians to discussing disparities in the black community with advocates and activists – Kera’s ability to flow through different topics combined with her vibrant personality, makes her show, one to watch.
She’s written and recorded several albums, Kera Dangerous and Kera Dangerous 2, and guest on other artists’ records. Kera’s love of music really comes through when she performs.
Kera grew up in Macon, Georgia, the hometown of Little Richard, and Otis Redding. At the age of nine, she started rapping and writing. One afternoon, after giving it much thought, she came up with the stage name, Kera Dangerous. Throughout school, she played multiple instruments and was a member of the marching band. Writing and connecting her words to a beat that encompasses the emotion that she’s conveying is a feeling like no other. Her unique flow had her sought after by producers to write and record intros for First Take, ESPN on ABC and the theme song for ESPNs Undefeated, The Plug Podcast.
Incorporating that theme into her song, State of Emergency, from the Kera Dangerous 2 album, she talks about how society has changed and the need to come back together as one. Kera’s love of music really comes through when she performs. Her spirit flows through her and into the crowd creating an atmosphere like no other.