BeverlyB is an artist with many talents. She has mastered several musical instruments and in her spare time she creates music videos and nature videos that are accompanied by her original music. Beverly also loves to watch documentaries. She is a web designer with over 20 years of experience.
BeverlyB is a music teacher and has been teaching for over 26 years, she currently is teaching in the United States and has a music program in Africa.
Due to some painful events in her life Beverly began a long journey of spiritual healing and the journey allowed her to forgive the murderer of her foster child that she took care of for three years.
As she began the healing process she realized that she was able to play piano with out any forethought like she was playing before. She has been playing music since age 9 but after this forgiveness settled in her heart the melodies began to come spontaneously as she placed her fingers on her piano.
She recorded her first album dedicated to her foster child that she lost and Ronela Song of YHVH was born.
BeverlyB is a Sound Healer that is gifting the world with an Ancient Gift that music can change lives.
Today Beverly lives in Hawaii with her husband Scott and her two children. Listen to her adoption story here
She is a child of parents from Suriname, South America and connected by ancestry to Ghana (Ashanti/Ewe)
BeverlyB is the CEO of BeverlyB Music LLC and also the founder of Makula Music Project that she founded to help spread more love and mindfulness around the world. Makula Music Project is a program to give Free music education to children in Africa. Read more about Makula Music Project here.
BeverlyB has been very active on Clubhouse a new audio app introduced to the world in 2020 and is currently growing her global tribe on Youtube as well.
Several years ago OwuraSax aka Dennis began to follow me on Facebook. We realized after talking on Whatsapp that we were from the same Tribe in Ghana. Of course this was a life changing event for me. Many of us that are the descendants from the Slave Trade do not know our identity or know where we are from. I had been doing research and knew my tribe. But to meet someone from my tribe and then to be able to play music from a Distance and connect through my music brought me to tears. I captured a short session, it was about 3 am in the morning for me here in Hawaii, USA ,but the results were so worth it. This video has been seen by thousands of people in Ghana especially and has been shared by many on Instagram and Facebook.