KHA is a Vietnamese-American pop soul singer and songwriter who was born and raised in the DC area. She has a vast vocal range and a soulful tone, and she sings with a voice that is often described as being smooth yet powerful. In DC, she has performed as a guest singer at a number of venues including the White House, the Kennedy Center (with Stevie Wonder), and the Lincoln Memorial.
Most notably, she was a featured soloist on the steps of The U.S. Capitol for the 53rd Presidential Inauguration Ceremony, which was televised all around the world. More recently, KHA performed in the televised opening number of the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade as one of the "Sing Into Spring" winners, and she was also featured at the West End Stage after traveling along the parade route on Constitution Avenue.
Outside of DC, KHA has performed in various cities throughout her travels across North America , Asia, and in Europe, where she used to live.
KHA also spent a year traveling back and forth to Nashville, where she co-wrote and recorded her debut original album with Grammy nominated Writer Producer, Johnny Black, and Producer Engineer, Chis Rafetto. “Retrospective Love” is now available as a CD, and also on all major streaming platforms. CLICK HERE to listen.