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Kellee Maize
Kellee Maize is a rapper, singer, activist, and entrepreneur based in Pittsburgh, PA. Her music focuses on human rights, love, unity, eastern philosophies, environmentalism, co-existence between religions, metaphysics, feminism, and other spiritual and social issues.

Entries by Kellee Maize

How to Make Music: 10 Steps to Becoming a Recording Artist

(3) Comments | Posted February 13, 2015 | 2:27 PM

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After writing my last article about how to make it in the music industry, I received a plethora of questions. It occurred to me that I left out some vital advice that might help...

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Creating Reality on Oprah: Finding My Famous Birth Dad and Aunt and Sharing the First Piece of Our Story

(18) Comments | Posted October 11, 2014 | 11:22 AM

I used to dream of being on Oprah, where she would help me find my birth mother and father. And now, this Sunday, I will actually be on Oprah with my birth father!

There were many shows Oprah did when I was young where she would unite...

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Why I Have No Shame in Honoring the Game of Thrones

(3) Comments | Posted June 16, 2014 | 12:25 PM

My very purist, arty friend sat on my porch and said matter-of-factly, "Kellee, you are gonna need to address why you do pop culture stuff."

She was referring to this Game of Throne's video below, for which I was asking her to make a dragon, that was cool, and cheap:

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How I "Made It" in the Music Industry: My Top 10 Tips

(4) Comments | Posted March 25, 2014 | 7:17 PM


First off, by "Made It," I don't mean filling up arenas or the sort of unlimited abundance that could "make it rain" everyday. I mean making music a full-time focus that pays bills, so that you can start doing what you...

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Dec. 21 Mayan Prophecy: A Firsthand Report From the Mayan Lands With Tips for Transformation!

(30) Comments | Posted December 13, 2012 | 7:51 AM

If you prefer visuals, here is my music video that begins to sum up this article.

If you prefer to just join the movement for peace on Dec. 21, because you are intuitive and already know what I...

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The Beginning of the End: The Maya and Me

(1) Comments | Posted November 16, 2012 | 6:30 PM

Like Ani Difranco sang in "Subdivision," I've been "wondering what it will take for my country to rise." As an artist and musician, I have been straddling a line of promoting peace and love, and fighting the powers that be to try to address this question that has...

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