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Ravoshia’s Alter Ego “The Mastermind/Lady Einstein” Redefines Brilliance With The Art Of Performance

Ravoshia or should I say The Mastermind/Lady Einstein is truly a visionary with the star power, creativity, and passion to blow your mind in more ways than one. Ravoshia’s new visual for her creative performance theme first introduced in 2019 “Mannequin Performance Style 101” debuting the format Me+ 2, has a life of its own with its exceptional, unique and mesmerizing moments. From the dance moves, improve acting, performance, black mannequins and her matching black pants everything about it is genius. The visual has already surpassed 100k views on YouTube, seemly, at the current moment there’s no telling how far it will go.

Then, to add the cherry on the top in the first part of the video Ravoshia performs to the hit Netflix TV series, Stranger Things’ theme song (C418 remix version) that along with the other aspects takes you somewhere mystically almost as if it’s surreal how great it all flows together. The mannequin performance theme brings a fresh new perspective to the art of performance. It’s about focusing on the entire performance with the mannequins and viewing it as “one” whole dynamic. Ravoshia makes it clear that it’s about the embodiment and essence of her or any (individual) with the mannequins, when it’s comes to live stage performances, creative dance, music videos and in captured photos.

Ravoshia is originally from Merrillville and Gary, Indiana, but grew up a majority of her years in both the island of Bermuda where her father is from and in Beaumont, Texas where Ravoshia’s mother is from. As a result, she has an interesting, diverse, unusual background and image. In her younger years she studied ballet, jazz and other styles of dance at the United Dance Production in Bermuda. In particular, Ravoshia is very skilled at dance and has a unique delivery with popping-locking, robotic, hip-hop, jazz. Also she adds a improv and theatrical aspect when she performs.

The singer and songwriter doesn’t stay in a box based on her quote:
“I don’t belong in a box, however, I am the inventor of a imaginary box”

She definitely gets inspiration from Albert Einstein hence, her alter ego’s name, focal point on the importance of Imagination and innovative methods. Even with the positive regard towards her music singles No Love and Fashion Killa, Ravoshia continues to take things up a notch and forward, evolving as a musician, entertainer and creator aiming to make a big impact in the world.

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