Hip-hop rapper and Texan native Charim, on a mission to change the perception of music in the nation of Israel, got his start in music through the inspiration of poetic rappers like J. Cole and other hip artists from the late ‘80s and ‘90s. With a name that means “consecrated voice of God”, Charim uses his gift of music to change the spirit in a room. He relishes in the ability to give brothers and sisters a righteous music option to jam to and one that has strong meaning, righteous morals and high standards.
With records like, Kingdom and his most celebrated song, which debuted in 2019 called Juice, Charim uses his charm and drive to write and perform records as the most High sees fit for him to do. His eventual goal is to change the lives of Israel scattered across the four corners of the earth through his lyrics, ensuring that the standard of being a true Israelite prophet and king is upheld. Using the word of the most High as his driving force and foundation for everything he does, his desire is to take the scriptures and make righteousness great again.