I am Naderah Munajj, Born in San Antonio, TX raised in Miami, FL. at the tender age of 4, I began taking classes to develop what I now recognize as my passion and life’s purpose. I began at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center located in the heart of of Miami's Liberty City, where I was trained in ballet, modern dance, hip-hop, Lindy hop, Jazz dance, Musical theater, and vocal Performance. 

 

       By the second grade I was the youngest dancer ever accepted into the magnet dance program at Charles R. Drew elementary school, I continued to develop my talents in the dance magnet program at Charles R Drew Middle school., and attended the prestigious New World School of the Arts, Dance magnet for High school. It was at New world that I developed a new love

and appreciation for all art forms and began to explore new talents in vocal music and acting. I joined the New World connection and served as an artistic ambassador for the institution for 2 years consecutively. In the summer of 2005 I was accepted into the prestigious Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater summer intensive where I trained with Troy Powell, Peter London, and many others. It was then that I truly realized that the performing arts was my calling, and I wanted to spend my life advocating for the performing arts. 

       In 2007 I made the decision to attend Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), where I would later receive my bachelors of science in Accounting, with a minor in Dance Education. Following the guidance of my parents, I was urged to obtain a degree in a field that would supplement my training as a dancer and make me a much more savvy business woman when my career as professional performing artist has come to an end. While attending FAMU, I became a member of Mahogany dance theater where I served as the company rehearsal Director/ choreographer. In 2009 I began using my talents to serve the universities electoral commission as Pageant coordinator for the royal court and Mr and Miss FAMU pageants for the 2009-2011 school terms. In 2010, I became the dance captain for the FAMU Connection, a musical theater troupe that served as ambassadors for the university by teaching prospective students the profound history of the university through song and dance.

     Upon graduating, I decided that I would take my talents the hills of Hollywood and continue to pursue my dream of becoming a professional performing artist. I remained in LA for a short year before retuning to my hometown of Miami, FL to begin working with Poe Boy Music Group as the executive Assistant to the CEO Elric "E-class" Prince and President Elvin "Big Chuck" Prince. It was there at Poe Boy my accounting and business skills proved to serve me best. It was then I realized my purpose was much greater than just being a Performing artist. I knew then I could combine my passion for the arts, my love of childhood development, and entrepreneurial spirit to create something of my own; ASID Entertainment Group, LLC.

     ASID Entertainment Group, llc is a premiere entertainment company that provides event coordinating and artistic development services for professionals who are currently in the entertainment industry, and for those special artist (child or adult) looking to break into the entertainment industry. ASID Entertainment was incorporated in march 2014 and hosted its first event for the release of my single "All Yours" in Miami, FL. Following in that direction, ASID coordinated the movie premiere party for VH1's Drumline: A New Beat premiere in Atlanta, GA with special invited guest including some of Atlanta's leading entertainment professionals, local celebrities, and the cast of the film.

     I currently reside in Atlanta, GA where my career is blossoming beyond what I ever imagined. Since I’ve moved here I have been blessed with the opportunity to display my talents in the VH1 original motion picture "Drumline: A New Beat", where I was a principal dancer on the Atlanta A and T Team. I have worked as a SAG/ Union dancer in the major motion picture "Bolden" set to hit theaters in 2016. In addition to working and training with some of the industries leading choreographers including Kiki Ely, Sean Bankhead, Jeremy Green, Cody Wiggins, Rikki Mckinney, and Many more. I am more eager than ever to continue on this journey, and I hope you'll continue to watch, join, and enjoy the ride!

Best,

Naderah Munajj