Haitian socialite Kadda Sheekoff has set a great example to people in Haiti on how they can achieve their dreams. With his foundation ‘KaddAffection’, the entrepreneur has helped many kids from the streets of Port-au-Prince. He helps young actors and musicians set their feet towards attaining their goals with the right guidance and encouragement. Kadda strongly believes in the phrase, “Do not limit yourself because no dream is too big”. So he is walking on his dream path for years and now aims to help others grow too.
Kadda Sheekoff himself is a music artist and worked devotedly to establish his career. From the age of 11, he has been writing songs. His dream is to collaborate with Blanche Bailly, Stanley Enow, Yemi Alade, and Chidinma. He shares, “I first dreamt about making music, but when I realized making music in Haitian Creole couldn’t help me get where I wanted to be, so I switch, late 2019 I write a song in English mix with French. I did pretty well then COVID-19 hit hard, so when I catch the Coronavirus, I started to write a book.”
The year 2019 was tough for Kadda. By the end of 2019, the artist lost his Instagram account with more than 30k followers. Now, he is back and makes sure he not only builds his career on social media again but also help more Haitians to fulfil their dreams. With his social work and foundation, Kadda Sheekoff wants to give back to his community. He is a role model and an inspiration to many who have the ability to work towards the betterment of residents of Haiti.
In March 2021, Popl announced Kadda Sheekoff as the International Ambassador. Through the ambassadorship program, the Popl Co hopes to promote its message to an even wider audience. Popl helps people instantly share their digital business cards, social media, music, payment platforms, and contact information by simply tapping the phone to somebody else’s phone.
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