Rising Singer Barachi Has a Fancy Shoe Addiction and We’re Here For It

The Brooklyn born, Miami raised artist exclusively spilled five fun secrets about himself.

There’s no denying that Barachi is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. With his stellar talent, the singer/songwriter/producer is about to some make noise with his debut visual album Therapy this summer.

The Brooklyn-born, Miami-raised budding artist intuitively melds the interstellar sonics of today’s cutting edged Hip Hop Soul-Pop with the straight-to-the-heart simplicity of vintage love songs from the golden radio era of R&B, Doo Wop and Rock & Roll, making him an instant music obsession.

While we still have some time to wait until this masterpiece of a record comes out, you can listen to Barachi’s “Me + U” while getting to know him with five fun secrets below.

Make sure to catch Barachi performing at Rolling Loud Festival in Miami this Friday-Sunday!

  1. My biggest fear is losing a loved one.

  2. My guilty pleasure is unhealthy desserts because I am a clean eater.

  3. I have a fancy shoe addiction.

  4. In High School I was a huge class clown but also a charmer with the ladies.

  5. The song “Important” conveys the deep place I went internally when writing lyrics for the THERAPY album.  I tapped into those emotions as well for the visual album which reenacts the mood for each song.  For me, it’s what my Mom taught me—health, my family, and my faith.

Written by Jozie Schroder

Jozie is the executive editor and head of photography for Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. She is a student at the University of Miami majoring in finance and minoring in public relations. When she is not with her sister Juliet coordinating business plans or attending red carpets, she can be seen as a dancer on the University of Miami Hurricanettes team, where she also runs the organization's social media accounts.