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Interview w/ Omega Raw

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Omega Raw is a positive rapper, producer, artist developer, poet, teacher & musician. Given the name Omega Raw in local Atlanta Underground freestyle sessions, Kharran Beacham started doing music in the late 1980's and practiced honing his craft thru the 1990's decade. In 1999 he emerged on the underground scene in Washington DC with a mix tape know as "Freestyles Vol. 1" and moved to Atlanta where he worked with Jahques and became a member of Original Black Kings based out of Boston and Haiti. Omega worked as a host & performing for many of his own showcases and weekly events at night clubs all over Atlanta from 1999-2004. 2004 Omega moved to the Bay Area and started Rip Raw Entertainment as a talent scout and developer of artistic skills until Omega formed his own group. WTF commonly known as Wat The Funk Band and played as a member to funk jazz group known as Blue Lotus. Omega has worked as a camera man to coordinator and preformed with many including KRS-ONE in Fairfax, CA 2008, Tech-9 as Camera man Oakland, CA and Santa Rosa, CA 2007-2008, Wu-Tang's Chi King Fairfax, CA open for Sir Mix A Lot Santa Rosa, CA 2007, Cameraman for Rappin 4 Tay, Maya also in Santa Rosa, CA. Opened for Long beach Dub All-stars (SUBLIME) the Phoenix Theatre, CA, and Skee-Lo & Legendary BBoys Santa Rosa, CA just to name a few. Omega Raw is affiliated with many charity organizations like the Odd fellows and he continues to create projects and donate time, money & resources to community programs and educational benefits. In 2009 Omega Raw was featured in a week long TV Show about him & his band WTF in California called “CD Images and Styles” and preformed in a 15 state 25 city tour booked and funded by Rip Raw Entertainment and Omega Raw himself.

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