Alisha ‘Krazy Ringo’ Bethel signs with Bahamian record label
New artist Alisha “Krazy Ringo” Bethel has signed to Bahamian label Encore Records, mere months after the December 2018 release of her debut single “All Night” featuring Bahamian rapper Ton Ash.
The song, a fun, party track, intertwines old school R&B vibes that Bethel grew up on, along with catchy, upbeat lyrics. It was written by recording artist Sacha the Duchess.
She has been around music her entire life. Her father was a part of a singing group, D4U (Dreams 4 You), and her mother sang for many choirs and praise teams. She was constantly exposed to various genres of music.
New Edition, Boys II Men, Bobby Brown, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and CeCe Winans, she says, are the people that inspired her musically.
Bethel is also no stranger to the stage. She began performing and singing at age six, however, her artistic journey did not begin until 2017 when she started the five-member rock band “Black Sheep”. After an eight-month run, the band called it quits. Bethel decided to pursue a solo career.
She has since performed her single on Bahamas at Sunrise and The Morning Edition on ZNS. She has also opened for Willis and the Illist and performed during the pre-show of the 3rd Annual Elevation Awards. As for her moniker, “Krazy Ringo” came about as a result of her love for anime and Krump dancing. She said it represents strength, leadership and loyalty based off of an anime character and a passion that is derived from Krumping.