"I Love, 'I Like Dat GoGo,' and that's why its on my 2021 mixtape"

- Da Brat, Grammy Award Winning Rap Artist

"We can definitely expect Charis Reese to be a bundle of joy in regards to her lyrical gifts that continue to inspire others for the greater good."

- Alexandria Anglade , VUULM Music Streaming Platform


"Ms. Jones is a native of the Washington, DC..., and is a highly sought after talent."

- Good Morning Washington, WJLA ABC 7

"Charis' music genre is all-encompassing with focuses on a neo-soul feel and an R&B, pop and funk sound."

- Michael Fordham, Blog Talk Radio

Charis Jones aka CharisReese is a native Washingtonian of the DMV, residing in Los Angeles, captivating many with her infectious personality and stage presence. She is an RnB Singer known for her world-renowned GoGo remixes, such as “Boo’d Up” GoGo Remix, “Like A Girl” GoGo Remix, and most recent, “I Like Dat GoGo” Remix. 

Her melodic tones and timbre, and her jukebox vocal charisma and electrify every audience that she holds. Charis' first album, "Introducing Miss Jones" was released in the Summer of 2015, and since then, subsequent singles were released, such as "No Problem," "SOTLive," "Heartstrong" ft. Yusha Assad, and “God Has Smiled on Me.” She has headlined countless music festivals, appeared on WUSA9 Great Day Washington, ABC7 Good Morning Washington, and held several radio and podcast interviews, and had features on WPGC 95.5 FM, DTLR Radio and The Sarah Fraser Shows. CharisReese is currently working on completing her second album, “Unstoppable” set to be released during the top of 2nd quarter in 2022.


Ms. Jones is also the founder of the IAG Radio Show, which offers independent artists a welcoming and positive platform to share and showcase their artistry. In 2019, she founded the “Like A Girl” S.T.E.A.M. Summit to provide black and brown girls mentor-led workshops, career experiences and exploratory trainings. Charis is a well-rounded, educated, comical and loving personality. She just received her first three IMDb credits for having songs synced in two full length films, “District Queens” and “Covered Silence.”  Following graduation from the LA College of Music, she intends on having additional songs synced in commercials, movies, web-series and video games; along with participating in plays and television series, as a dual actor and singer.